Coronavirus learning resources: EU-funded projects

Find online resources and tools for learners, teachers and educators during the outbreak of COVID-19 provided by EU-funded projects.

EU-funded projects*


EduHack is a capacity-building programme for university educators who wish to learn how to produce digitally-supported learning experiences experimenting with innovative approaches and tools. 

'Penji protects the planet'

Discover this game-based learning activity teaching primary and secondary students the importance of environmental sustainability.
Penji protects the planet (download required for app)

‘Bio talent’

In line with the objectives of the EU 2020 Strategy to create smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, the Bio talent project has developed an innovative, blended e-learning biodiversity training programme.


Explore two educational videos explaining biocontrol methods using an animated cartoon-style video and spectacular close-ups of minute insects. This project received funding from the EU's Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA).

'Yummy Physics'

Consult this video series on the physics of food. This project received funding from the EU's Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA).
Yummy Physics (video series)


Discover five online astronomy lessons for primary school teachers available in English and Dutch. Each lesson is accompanied with suggested teaching goals and printable materials. Sundial received funding from the EU's Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA).

‘Open Mind’

The Open Mind project aims to promote social entrepreneurship among female learners and students without a business studies background through an innovative, gamified open online course.
Open Mind

'Moby Click'

Explore e-learning materials supporting the development of technology-enhanced learning.
Moby Click (registration may be required)

'Code n’ Social'

Explore this interactive learning platform providing access to quality ICT learning, including programming and basic technological skills, for those at risk of poverty and social exclusion (AROPE).
Code n’ Social (registration required)

'CREATIONS project'

The CREATIONS project, funded by the EU, develops creative, engaging approaches to science education based on art. 
CREATIONS project (registration may be required)

'Go-Lab Initiative'

The Go-Lab Initiative facilitates the use of online laboratories and inquiry learning applications for science education in schools. This project received funding from the EU's Horizon 2020 programme.
Go-Lab Initiative


Scientix promotes and supports Europe-wide collaboration among STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) teachers, education researchers, policymakers and other STEM education professionals. This project received funding from the EU's Horizon 2020 programme.


The Up2U project aims to enhance online learning in secondary schools by offering a learning environment and tools to create courses, store content and remotely participate in classes. ‘OpenUp2U’ is an initiative within the Up2U project. The project received funding from the EU's Horizon 2020 programme. 
OpenUp2U initiative

Resources for language learning**

The European Commission cooperates with the Council of Europe's European Centre for Modern Languages (ECML) to promote multilingualism and access to quality language education for all learners, including the most vulnerable. Discover a selection of resources for language learners, parents and teachers.

‘Toy project’

The online course ‘Together Old and Young: An Intergenerational Approach’ seeks to bring older adults and young children (4 to 8 year-olds) together to share knowledge, skills, values and have fun.
Toy project

‘Mutual Open and Online Skills’ (MOOS)

The objectives of this project were to improve the use of ICT and open education resources in the curriculum of European high schools to stimulate new approaches to learning.
MOOS learning platform (registration required)

European Distance and e-Learning Network (EDEN)

The European Distance and e-Learning Network (EDEN) exists to share knowledge and improve understanding amongst distance and e-learning professionals. It seeks to promote policy and practice across Europe and beyond.

European Association of Distance Teaching Universities (EADTU)

The European Association of Distance Teaching Universities (EADTU) is Europe's leading institutional association in online, open and flexible higher education. It is at the heart of the modernisation agenda of European universities.

* Unless otherwise stated, projects received funding under the EU's Erasmus+ programme. 
** The ICT in support of language learning and teaching (ICT-REV) activity and 'Supporting multilingual classrooms' initiative have been co-financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ programme.

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