The current focus for multimedia projects supported by the EU, the successor to INFO2000, is Key Action 3 of the IST programme. This website covers interactive publishing; digital heritage and cultural content; education and training; human language technologies; and information access, filtering and handling.
This site is sponsored by Unit E-1 of the European Commission's Information Society DG and provides a collection of resources, relevant information and documents written by experts in the field of electronic publishing (EP).
Netd@ys Europe is an initiative of the European Commission to promote the use of new media in education and culture and to provide the participants with the opportunity to develop the skills to acquire and to exchange information on a range of subjects. The site is currently under construction, and the initiative will culminate in a showcase week - this year it is 20-27 November - with online and offline events all around Europe and beyond.
European Schoolnet is an EU-supported framework for collaboration between European Ministries of Education, bringing together national education networks in Europe and around the world. Several sources of multimedia educational materials are being developed including the 'European Link Treasury' which will offer multilingual search services for selected educational materials for pupils and teachers using the internet.
This commercial site provides resources for US schoolteachers. Though the slant is necessarily American, European teachers may pick up some useful ideas.
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