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1 eLene TT European Symposium Paris, 23 November 2006 eLearning & Lifelong Learning Programme Maruja Gutierrez-Diaz DG Education and Culture European Commission eLearning & Lifelong Learning Programme Maruja Gutierrez-Diaz DG Education and Culture European Commission

2 The Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP)… …the European Commission flagship action programme in education & vocational training

3 Lifelong Learning Programme Duration: January 2007 – December 2013 Budget: 6.9 billion euros Participating countries: 25 EU-Member States Duration: January 2007 – December 2013 Budget: 6.9 billion euros Participating countries: 25 EU-Member States The programme is also open to: Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein Candidate countries benefiting from a pre-accession strategy (Countries of the Western Balkans) (Swiss Confederation)

4 LLP: Structure

5 Budget Breakdown of LLP Comenius Erasmus Leonardo de Vinci Grundtvig (European Commission proposal 2006)

6 Budget Breakdown of LLP ( more money than now ! )

7 Simpler money Increased use of lump-sum funding for mobility, Intensive Programmes, etc Single contract for decentralised actions with scope for transfer between headings Increased use of lump-sum funding for mobility, Intensive Programmes, etc Single contract for decentralised actions with scope for transfer between headings

8 Less money (than requested) Commission original proposal EUR 12 billion (2004 prices) or EUR 13.6 billion (cash prices) December Council Common Position EUR 5.4 billion (2004 prices) Revised figure EUR 6.2 billion (EUR 7 billion in cash prices) Commission original proposal EUR 12 billion (2004 prices) or EUR 13.6 billion (cash prices) December Council Common Position EUR 5.4 billion (2004 prices) Revised figure EUR 6.2 billion (EUR 7 billion in cash prices)

9 ICT Transversal Action

10 Objective To support the development of innovative ICT based content, services, pedagogies and practice for lifelong learning

11 ICT Multilateral Projects Aims To promote a new vision for ICT enabled learning embedded into long-term educational objectives To foster the uptake of ICT in education and training systems To consolidate the evidence base on the added-value and impact of ICT for learning To complement ICT activities and projects under the sectoral sub-programmes Comenius, Erasmus, Grundtvig and Leonardo da Vinci, by addressing ICT needs across two or more of those sectors Aims To promote a new vision for ICT enabled learning embedded into long-term educational objectives To foster the uptake of ICT in education and training systems To consolidate the evidence base on the added-value and impact of ICT for learning To complement ICT activities and projects under the sectoral sub-programmes Comenius, Erasmus, Grundtvig and Leonardo da Vinci, by addressing ICT needs across two or more of those sectors

12 ICT Multilateral Projects Activities Understanding innovation – improved understanding and evidence base of the benefits and impact of ICT Designing, developing and testing new methods and educational resources – contribution to the development of innovative learning environments and services Providing access and supporting dissemination – information services and systems on educational methods and resources involving the use of ICT Activities Understanding innovation – improved understanding and evidence base of the benefits and impact of ICT Designing, developing and testing new methods and educational resources – contribution to the development of innovative learning environments and services Providing access and supporting dissemination – information services and systems on educational methods and resources involving the use of ICT

13 ICT Multilateral Projects Who can benefit Resource centres All types of educational institutions and providers, in any sector of education Teachers and learners associations Research teams working in the field of ICT in education Academic/educational associations or consortia Public and private publishers/producers/broadcasters and other actors in the field of ICT Who can benefit Resource centres All types of educational institutions and providers, in any sector of education Teachers and learners associations Research teams working in the field of ICT in education Academic/educational associations or consortia Public and private publishers/producers/broadcasters and other actors in the field of ICT

14 ICT Multilateral Projects Duration Max of 2 years Minimal partnership 3 partners from 3 participating countries, one being at least from an EU Member State Selection Commission Co-financing % by EU 75% of the total eligible budget Level of funding Maximum of Euro per year Duration Max of 2 years Minimal partnership 3 partners from 3 participating countries, one being at least from an EU Member State Selection Commission Co-financing % by EU 75% of the total eligible budget Level of funding Maximum of Euro per year

15 ICT Networks Aim Support the building of partnerships and the networking of learning communities in the field of ICT in education Aim Support the building of partnerships and the networking of learning communities in the field of ICT in education

16 ICT Networks Networks should Support knowledge sharing Increase the visibility and awareness of the benefits and impacts of ICT enabled learning Contribute to the uptake and efficient use of ICT enabled learning Activities Organisation of conferences, workshops, fora, summer universities, etc. designed to help attain the objectives of the network and disseminate results Networks should Support knowledge sharing Increase the visibility and awareness of the benefits and impacts of ICT enabled learning Contribute to the uptake and efficient use of ICT enabled learning Activities Organisation of conferences, workshops, fora, summer universities, etc. designed to help attain the objectives of the network and disseminate results

17 ICT Networks Who can benefit Resource centres or other organisations with expertise in the field of ICT in education and/or open and distance learning All types of educational institutions and providers Research teams working in the field of ICT in education Academic/educational associations or consortia Organisations/institutions involved in educational innovation Public and private publishers/producers/broadcasters and other actors in the field of ICT Who can benefit Resource centres or other organisations with expertise in the field of ICT in education and/or open and distance learning All types of educational institutions and providers Research teams working in the field of ICT in education Academic/educational associations or consortia Organisations/institutions involved in educational innovation Public and private publishers/producers/broadcasters and other actors in the field of ICT

18 ICT Networks Duration Max of 2 years Minimal partnership 3 partners from 3 participating countries, one being at least from an EU Member State Selection Commission Co-financing % by EU 75% of the total eligible budget Level of funding Maximum of Euro per year Duration Max of 2 years Minimal partnership 3 partners from 3 participating countries, one being at least from an EU Member State Selection Commission Co-financing % by EU 75% of the total eligible budget Level of funding Maximum of Euro per year

19 Policy priorities for ICT ICT as driver and enabler for innovation –Innovation and education –Innovation in education –Education for innovation ICT as driver and enabler for transformation of education and training systems –Tuning education with the knowledge society –Enabling citizens for the knowledge society –Addressing European challenges: globalisation, ageing, competitiveness, efficiency and equity ICT as driver and enabler for innovation –Innovation and education –Innovation in education –Education for innovation ICT as driver and enabler for transformation of education and training systems –Tuning education with the knowledge society –Enabling citizens for the knowledge society –Addressing European challenges: globalisation, ageing, competitiveness, efficiency and equity

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