Story-based mLearning in Developing and Threshold Countries

Vienna, November 2010 - Mobile phone technology is the most widespread communication technology worldwide. Today, GSM networks penetrate even most remote areas - and all levels of society. This makes them an ideal tool for the distribution of learning content with the widest possible outreach. » MORE


Serious Games about European Life Experiences

Milan (IT), October 2010 - e-VITA is a European Commission-supported project that uses multimedia to tackle serious issues related to European life experiences in a games-driven approach. Lucia Pannese, from imaginary srl in Italy and coordinator of this project explains the details of e-VITA. » MORE

Language Learning

Wide Minds Pedagogic Evaluation Study Seeks Participants

Tuebingen (GER), October 2010 - This "eLearning for Languages" evaluation study draws on Moodle-based eLearning tools, contents, and activities from ongoing EU projects. It is being carried out by the Applied English Linguistics group at the University of Tuebingen and offers model units to individuals interested in the study. » MORE

Marginalised Learners

EU Project Sparks Interest from New Zealand

Sheffield (UK), October 2010 - ENABLE, the Leonardo project led by Learning Light that aims to bring eLearning to marginalised learners is making such impressive progress that it is attracting interest from outside Europe. » MORE

EU-Project ROLE

The Future of Personalized Learning Environments

Saarbruecken (GER), October 2010 - The next generation of learning solutions will be geared even more towards users, their knowledge levels and requirements, and their individual learning behavior. Dr. Volker Zimmermann of IMC AG explains what this essentially involves. » MORE

Virtual Tutors

Intelligent Learning in the Microfinance Sector

Rome (IT), September 2010 - "T2 Teaching Tutoring - Intelligent Agents to customize lifelong learning pathways in the microfinance sector" is supported by the European Commission through the Lifelong Learning Programme. It addresses the needs of European microfinance institutions that provide micro-credit to non-bankable micro-enterprises and low-income and marginalized people. This is a summary of Jenny Petrucci's and Paolo Degasperi's report on the project. » MORE

Cedefop Study

Skills for a Low-Carbon Economy in Europe

Thessaloniki (GR), September 2010 - Cedefop's forthcoming study "Skills for Green Jobs" looks at the skills needed to develop a low-carbon economy in six Member States (Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Spain, and the UK) and suggests priorities for policy makers. » MORE

eLearning Europe

COMBLE Selected as Project of the Month

Barcelona (ES)/Wildau (GER) - September 2010 - The website, an initiative of the European Commission's Directorate-General for Education and Culture, chose COMBLE as its "Project of the Month". COMBLE'S aim is to improve the quality of blended learning. » MORE

Global Campus 21

ELearning for Sustainable Development

Bonn (GER), August 2010 - (by Kirsten Seegmüller) Ten years after the launch of their eLearning platform Global Campus 21, the non-profit organization InWEnt, Capacity Building International, started the GC21 E-Academy, where experts and managers all over the world can participate in courses. For developing countries in particular, this means a tremendous step forward in education since many people have not been able to access content due to a lack of infrastructure. » MORE

Join In

Public Consultation on Open Educational Resources

Brussels (BE), June 2010 - The Open Educational Quality Initiative (OPAL) invites participation in a consultation process about Open Educational Practices (OEP). The OPAL project is a new international initiative to promote innovation and better quality in education and training through the use of open educational resources. » MORE