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Technology-enhanced Learning: ICT Call 8 Information Day

5 October 2011, Luxembourg

 

Programme

This event addressed researchers interested in submitting project proposals to the 8th ICT call under FP7, objective ICT-2011.8.1: Technology-enhanced Learning. The information day aimed at helping participants to better understand the work programme and criteria for the evaluation of proposals, to facilitate sharing of ideas and experiences, and to meet potential partners for project consortia. The agenda focused on the research topics mentioned. If you are interested in FP7 in general, in guidelines for funding applications or financial procedures, you might be better served by attending an information day in your country. For dates, please check directly at your National Contact Point .

  • A plenary session in the morning provided participants with information on the current work programme and on practical issues related to preparing proposals.
  • The parallel sessions before and after lunch aimed at exploring in more depth each of the outcomes specified in the work programme. Discussions were based on contributions and questions from participants. The topics of the parallel sessions were:
    - Adaptive learning systems - Objective 8.1.a
    - Educational technologies for science, technology and maths - Objective 8.1.b
    - Advanced solutions for fast and flexible learning at the workplace (targeting, in particular, SMEs) - Objective 8.1.c
    - Creativity in learning processes - Objective 8.1.d
    - Exploratory activities and networks - Objective 8.1.e
  • The agenda can be downloaded here.

Presentations from the European Commission

Presentations from Participants

 

Participants

List of registered participants as of 29 September 2011 (for privacy reasons, no contact details are being published.)

Where and when?

Wednesday, 5 October 2011 ; 8:45-17:00

European Commission
Jean Monnet building, Conference centre
Rue Alcide de Gasperi
Luxembourg (Kirchberg)



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