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EU Open Consultation on technology-supported learning

On the 1st of October 2001, there will be a workshop for the EU Open Consultation process to discuss the Research and Policy challenges and priorities in the area of "technology supported learning".

The aim of the Workshop is to animate the discussion among the participants on the topics of the Consultation, and takes place in the European Commission's Jean Monnet Building, (Room M6) in Luxembourg. The event is for anyone involved in education in Europe, and the results of the open consultation will inform which projects the EU will fund in the area of learning technology.

The European Commission's Service in charge of "Multimedia Applications for Education and Training" of the IST Programme has launched the Open Consultation process to discuss the Research and Policy challenges and priorities in the area of "technology supported learning". This leads up to the coming Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) for Research and technological Development.


For more details, visit http://www.proacte.com/challenge/workshop.asp

Date: 30 September, 2001
Venue: Luxembourg
Event website: http://www.proacte.com/challenge/workshop.asp

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