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Learning Technologies Standardization in eEurope - Current Achievements and Future Plans

Two day open meeting held by CEN/ISSS (European Committee for Standardization/Information Society Standardization System). Session on "Access for ALL to learning resources", moderated by Andy Heath, on July 3rd. "This session will receive updates on a number of current initiatives, such as the IMS Accessibility Working Group and the Verkkosalkku learning environment for special needs, and then discuss needs and opportunities for e-Accessibility work at European level."

Date: from 01 July, 2002 to 02 July, 2002
Venue: Diamant Building, Bld. Auguste Reyers 80 . B 1030 Brussels
Event website: http://www.cenorm.be/isss/Workshop/LT/open-meeting-july-2002/agenda.htm

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