Information and Communication Technologies


ICT Challenge 4: Digital libraries and content

Digital content is today being produced in quantities that are deeply transforming the enterprise and the creative industries. Conditions for production and consumption are also rapidly changing as more and more content is produced by users. Organisations, public and private, are faced with maintaining, managing and exploiting increasing amounts of data and knowledge, in environments that are continually changing. New ways of expressing and representing cultural and scientific content in digital form are creating new opportunities for people to experience and share assets. Read more...



Objectives

Timetable for calls related to ICT Challenge 4

Objective Publication date Closure date Budget (M€) Funding schemes Status
Call 9
Digital Preservation 18/01/2012 17/04/2012 30 IP, NoE, Strep, CSA Closed
Call 7
Language Technologies 28/09/2010 18/01/2011 50 IP, Strep, CSA Closed
Call 6
Digital libraries and digital preservation 24/11/2009 13/04/2010 69 CP, NoE, CSA Closed
CALL 5
2. Technology-enhanced learning 30/07/2009 27/10/2009 49 CP, NoE, CSA Closed
3. Intelligent information management 30/07/2009 27/10/2009 51 CP, NoE, CSA Closed
CALL 3
1. Digital libraries and technology-enhanced learning 04/12/07 08/04/08 50 CP, NoE, CSA Closed
2. Intelligent content and semantics 04/12/07 08/04/08 51 CP, NoE, CSA Closed
CALL 1
1. Digital libraries and technology-enhanced learning 22/12/06 08/05/07 52 CP, NoE, CSA Closed
2. Intelligent content and semantics 22/12/06 08/05/07 51 CP, NoE, CSA Closed