Introducing the Sector clearly explains the Sector's aims, activities and its place in the Telematics Applications Programme of the EC's Fourth Framework Programme. Find up-to-date facts and figures, an historical perspective and insights into future EC policy.
Getting Involved provides practical guidance on how to participate in the Education and Training Sector. What types of organisations currently participate? What kinds of projects are supported? How can I get involved? These pages provide the answers - and the tools.
Projects in Focus describes the Sector's wide ranging projects. Activities vary from developing tools for active document authoring, to using multimedia in open distance learning for the children of travellers. Use the image map to find out which projects are going on in your region.
What's News? brings you the latest on a wide range of subjects; Calls for Proposal, new initiatives, key publications, recent events and emerging trends.We cover the EU and beyond. This section is regularly updated so see our news 'Round-up'.
Who's Who? provides a wide range of contacts. Who in the Commission is responsible for projects on teacher training? What other information networks exist? Who in my Member State can I talk to about my project? Who are you looking for?
Resource Centre provides easy access to a wealth of material; key publications, project reports, useful tools, logos and graphics and examples of good practice. Consult our glossary for help with technical terms and EC acronyms. Explore links to related sites.
Interact invites your participation. What are your views on ....? What are your most Frequently Asked Questions? Join our mailing list. See the results of our latest survey. Pass on your news and views. Keep in touch!
Look in the Diary for details of a wide range of events - regional, national and EU together with a high profile selection from around the world. Looking for a venue? These pages provide an essential planning tool.
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