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Training of Teachers and Trainers in the eLearning Action Plan TTnet Conference,CEDEFOP, 13 December 2001 Brian Holmes Multimedia for Education, Training and Culture DG Education and Culture European Commission. Training of Teachers and Trainers in the eLearning Action Plan.
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TTnet Conference,CEDEFOP, 13 December 2001
Multimedia for Education, Training and CultureDG Education and CultureEuropean Commission
Europe should become ….
Lisbon March 2000
“the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based
economy in the world, capable of sustainable economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion”
"eEurope is a roadmap to modernise our economy. At the same time, through its eLearning component, it offers everyone, but particularly young people, the skills and tools they need to succeed in the new knowledge based economy."
President of the
To mobilise the educational and culturalcommunities, as well as the economic and socialplayers in Europe….
.. in order to co-ordinate community actions concerned with e-learning, such as those in eEurope, in the Employment Guidelines, in the research programmes, etc
Four action lines :
Developed in ten key actions, chosen for
their capacity to federate different actors
Implementation measures include:
Call launched : 9 June 2001
First closing date : 17 August 2001 Second closing date : 16 November
Refer to http://europa.eu.int/comm/education/elearning/call.html
European youth into the digital ageEurobarometer ReportInteresting figures
Interest in eLearning is increasing - from politicians, academia
and industry - and expectations are high.
As we move towards the Knowledge Society, Europe - with its excellent Education and Training Systems - is well placed to take advantage of the revolution in learning
eLearning is now at the top of the political agenda, but many key issues still need to be addressed if the potential is to be realised
By mobilising and co-ordinating Europe’s efforts, the eLearning Initiative is playing an important role in helping Europe to realise its potential to be the world leader in learning products and services.
For more information :
Directorate-General for Education and Culture
Unit : Multimedia - Education, Training, Culture (B100 3/7)
e-mail : eLearning@cec.eu.int