Technology-enhanced learning information day

October 26, 2004

Brussels, 25 Oct 2004

In the context of the next call for proposals for projects in technology-enhanced learning, due to be launched in mid-November, an information day will take place in Luxembourg on 29 November.

The next call will address the strategic objectives defined in the updated version of the information society technologies (IST) work programme for 2005 to 2006.

In the field of technology-enhanced learning, the research focus will be on exploring interactions between the learning of the individual and that of an organisation, and on contributing to new understanding of learning processes by exploring links between human learning, cognition and technologies.

The information day will aim at building consensus on trends and challenges in future research on technology-enhanced learning, developing a better understanding of the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) instruments, sharing ideas and experiences, and finding partners for project consortia.

For further information, please visit:
http:/// elearn/infoday2004.htm

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