25 Jul

A MORE CONNECTED WORLD: THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION IS SPREADING EVERYWHERE »

The 2018 Global Digital Report data describes impressive growth trends in internet access, mobile penetration and social platforms subscriptions
The Annual Report published online by WeAreSo

20 Jul

What a plus means? »

The Commission proposal to get back to the ancient “Erasmus” definition alarms adult education providers.

12 Jul

The European Digital Learning Network and the LLL Platform strengthen their cooperation »

#InCooperationWeTrust
The European Digital Learning Network has lifelong learning process and strategy at its core.

09 Jul

IN PLACE – Spread the news! »

IN PLACE – a European project co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme – is taking shape.

27 Jun

EDUCATION INVESTMENT OBJECTIVES IN EUROPE BY 2025 »

The EU Commission proposes to double the funds for the Erasmus+ programme
The Erasmus programme, which has to date enabled more than 9 million students, learners, apprentices and volunteers

25 Jun

DLEARN joins the EU Digital Assembly 2018 »

On the occasion of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, Sofia is hosting on the 25-26 June the Digital Assembly 2018, an important annual event which puts together

21 Jun

ELITe project. Partners meet in Heraklion »

The name of the project co-financed by the Erasmus+ fund, ‘ELITe’, is an acronym that stands for Enhancing Learning In Teaching via e-inquiries.

14 Jun

EUROPEAN VALIDATION FESTIVAL »

On 14-15 June Brussels will host the annual European Validation Festival, which will gather around 250 practitioners, experts, policy makers, social partners and users from the business worl

12 Jun

#SaveYourInternet: join us in the mobilisation against Copyright Directive »

Today, June the 12th, has been declared the #Saveyourinternet day, to bring attention on the threat contained in the Copyright Directive which will be voted by the European Parliament on 20-

25 May

COUNT ME IN – NEWSLETTER AND VIDEO! »

About two weeks ago we have introduced COUNT ME IN, a project co-funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ fund, whose main objective is well explained in its own subtitle –