Leading the way: New resources showcase the very best of Erasmus+ and the Lifelong Learning Programme

Every year, thousands of European projects enable the development of interesting practices and outputs that benefit both learners and teachers. To give some insight into these innovations and their development, 5 new collections of excellent results stemming from various projects funded by Erasmus+ and its predecessor, the Lifelong Learning Programme, have just been published.

These 5 collections present a brief summary of EU-funded projects and highlight their main outputs. Compiled by the European Commission, each collection focuses on key areas of education:

All the projects were selected based on the strength of their accomplishments or innovations.  Quality and online availability were also selection criteria for these resources. The aim is that they are used by anyone interested in this topic, or built upon to develop new ideas and material, whether in the context of an EU-funded project or not.


What kind of resources is featured in these collections?

One example is the FLiP project, which encouraged teachers to engage with digital technologies such as game-based learning, microtechnologies and Web 2.0 applications. The project Art and Science sought to foster the participants’ civic responsibility toward Europe by promoting the work of national artists and scientists alongside various activities.

Another instance is ICTBELL, which produced learning content specially designed for people with dyslexia. It includes e-content, an online tutoring handbook, and an open-source virtual learning environment.
These are just some examples of the resources in these 5 collections and you are invited to discover many more by browsing through these new publications.


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