Survey to benchmark e-learning in Europe and beyond

June 27, 2002

Brussels, 26 June 2002

A new survey of e-learning in Europe and beyond is aiming to paint an independent and accurate picture of the take-up of e-learning in companies, public organisations, training institutes and higher and further education.

The survey, now in its second year, has been extended to cover all EFTA (European Free Trade Area) and central and eastern European countries as well as the 15 EU Member States. It is available in English, French, German, Spanish and Italian.

A free summary of the survey results is available for respondents.

The survey is available at the following web address: rning/surveys/questions/2002_05_en.asp

A free summary report of the results will be posted at the following web address in September:

The complete report will be available from Bizmedia:

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