Revised Projects (March 2013)

BAZAAR (Learn and Exchange at the Market Place)

BAZAAR (Learn and Exchange at the Market Place) targets migrant adult learners and aims at increasing their language and literacy skills alongside with their civic engagement by developing customised training programmes for community learning. The project puts special emphasis on the recognition and utilisation of the competences of migrant peer trainers engaged into the adult education path. On behalf of New Technologies and Learning in Europe (NTL), Germany

No website available yet / www.ntleurope.eu

Big Foot (Crossing Generations. Crossing Mountains)

Big Foot (Crossing Generations. Crossing Mountains) is about local and regional development in mountainous areas through strengthening intergenerational dialogue and cooperation. Big Foot will contribute to this objective through the development of intergenerational community service learning , a tool focused to community integration and experiment it in Bulgaria, Italy and Greece. On behalf of the MENON Network EEIG, Belgium

www.bigfoot-project.eu / www.menon.org

e-Hoop (Unified e-Hoop approach to learning differences)

In a multi-cultural Europe where many people have many different needs, a large variety of learning styles or face learning difficulties (e.g. through visual impairments and other special educational needs) e-Hoop (Unified e-Hoop approach to learning differences) aims at providing a one-stop-shop knowledge repository for all citizens with a wide range of learning resources. On behalf of New Technologies and Learning in Europe (NTL), Germany

/ No website available yet / www.ntleurope.eu

EMIL (European Map of Intergenerational Learning)

EMIL (European Map of Intergenerational Learning) is a collaborative learning network that aims to provide a general overview and promote of the role of Intergenerational Learning throughout Europe and beyond. The network undertakes this through collecting, exchanging, and distributing ideas and resources and by supporting regional, European and global networking strategies. On behalf of the Beth Johnson Foundation, United Kingdom

www.emil-network.eu / www.bjf.org.uk

EU2111 (Europa 2111)

EU2111 (Europa 2111) promotes the production of video documentaries as an innovative learning tool, suitable to promote the acquisition key competences and therefore personal and professional growth, according to a vision of “learning” in which education, research and innovation contribute equally.
On behalf of the Gouré, Italy

www.europa2111.net / www.goure.it

MATEL (Mapping and Analysing Prospective Technologies for Learning)

The major aim of the study MATEL (Mapping and Analysing Prospective Technologies for Learning) commissioned by the Information Society Unit of the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (IPTS) is to identify, classify, validate and consolidate key technologies that will support educational change in five to ten years from the present.
On behalf of the MENON Network EEIG, Belgium

No website / www.menon.org / ipts.jrc.ec.europa.eu

RESLEA (Reduction of Early School Leaving of Young People)

RESLEA (Reduction of Early School Leaving of Young People) and will scope the situation of Early School Leaving (ESL) in Europe, identify available good practices, develop an innovative intervention and delivery model together with practical toolkits, validate and exploit the developed toolkits in close cooperation with stakeholders by piloting in different learning settings in the four partner countries (Portugal, Hungary, Slovenia and the UK)
On behalf of New Technologies and Learning in Europe (NTL), Germany

www.reslea.eu / www.ntleurope.eu

VISIR (Visions, Scenarios, Insights and Recommendations on the Impact of ICT on Lifelong Learning)

VISIR (Visions, Scenarios, Insights and Recommendations on the Impact of ICT on Lifelong Learning) is addressing three major gaps i.e. the “understanding gap”, the “networking gap”, and the “mainstreaming gap” of ICT for learning in Europe by identifying micro-innovation practices, analysing existing broader trends, conduct cross-sectoral consultations and provide evidence based recommendations for policy making and innovative practices.
On behalf of the MENON Network EEIG, Belgium

visir-network.eu / www.menon.org

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