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TeLearn

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Technology-enhanced learning
Information technology and telecommunications
Target audience: Specialised/Technical
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TeLearn – TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED LEARNING Technology-enhanced Learning – EU-funded research Technology-enhanced learning research aims at improving our knowledge of how learning can be supported by infor-mation and communication technologies.Focus is on intelligent solutions tailored to individual learners,motivating and supporting people who learn on their own or collaboratively with others.Making technology-enhanced learning more relevant to different needs and contexts will help underpin widespread adoption and turn into a benefit for society.Better learning opportunities for individuals and organisations can improve competitiveness,productiveness and well being. European research in this field is part of the European Commission’s work programme forInformation Society Technologies (IST).IST is one of the thematic priorities in theTechnological‘Framework Programme for Research and Development’, themajor instrument for research funding by the European Union.Supported projects are chosen through a competitive selection procedure,initiated by public calls for proposals.
TeLearn – research priorities Enhance our capacity to reflect the complexity of learning in complex and dynamic environments Reinforce learning as a social process through new collaborative models life, ubiquitouslywork, throughoutCustomise learning to individual needs – at school, Build competence – by linking organisations’ objectives and learning goals of individuals Support (new) pedagogical approaches that blend new and old ways of learning
TeLearn – on-going research under FP6
The first FP6 funded research projects in technology-enhanced learning result from IST Call 1 (Dec.2002-April 2003) and started work at the beginning of 2004.Their research addresses topics such as: personalisation and adaptive learning(LeActiveMath, iCLASS) services based on high performance distributed computing infrastructures,such as GRID(ELeGI) next generation learning platforms(iCLASS, CONNECT) innovative learning resources for professional training(PROLEARN) promoting interoperability and standards for learning objects and systems(TELCERT, UNFOLD) Area in the field technology-enhanced learningbuilding a European Research(KALEIDOSCOPE).
TeLearn – new projects starting 2005/2006
Please see page 2 of this information sheet.
The unit‘Learning and Cultural Heritage’ is part of the European Commission, Directorate-General Information Society and Media. It manages funding of European-wide research into the use of advanced technologies for learning and for preservation of and access to cultural assets.
www.cordis.lu/ist/telearn-digicult/index.htm e-mail: infso-telearn@cec.eu.int