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Published: Tuesday, 31 January 2012
Cicero Learning

CICERO Learning Network, University of Helsinki and Tampere University of Technology in Pori have received generous funding from the Learning Solutions programme of Tekes (the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation) to set up the Finnable project. In addition to researchers, this value network project includes several companies, schools and representatives of the public sector. The project also includes extensive international cooperation, especially with Stanford University and schools in Silicon Valley. Professor Hannele Niemi (University of Helsinki) is the Scientific Leader of the project. Finnable is coordinated by CICERO Learning Network  with Director Jari Multisilta as a Principal Investigator in many of the sub-projects.

Published: Thursday, 20 October 2011
School 3.1 - sharing good practices of collaborative media in education in Finland

The Finnish National Board of Education is financing a new project which is continuing the work of a previous, School 3.0 project´s work. In this new School 3.1 project partners are testing new collaborative media and technologies in basic education and upper secondary schools.

Published: Monday, 25 July 2011
e-Lyco - large scale deployment of digital learning environment in France

e-lyco is an ambitious French project which aims to offer all high school and college students from the Region of Pays de la Loire, and their parents and teachers, a common digital work environment by 2014. Organised collaborativly by the Rector of the Academy of Nantes, the region of Pays de la Loire, the five departments of Loire-Atlantique, Maine-et-Loire, Mayenne, Sarthe and Vendée, this project also includes private and agricultural educational providers.

Published: Monday, 6 June 2011
Own Language and Culture movement supports Virtual Schools

The OLC-EDEN organisation or: 'Own Language and Culture European Distance Education Network' is a network of 4 agencies closely linked to the Ministries of Education in Norway, the Netherlands, Denmark and Germany. Find out more from this slide presentation.

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