ICVL 2014

Horizon 2020 Europe - Digital Agenda for Europe

"Learning is evolution of knowledge over time." Roger E. Bohn, 1994  „Thinking is evolution of learning over time” M. Vlada, 2014

Horizon 2020 - Europe - The Framework Programme

Digital Agenda for Europe - A Europe 2020 Initiative

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)

Horizon 2020, The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation - http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/
- Horizon 2020 (2014-2020: research and innovation framework programme); The Work Programme 2014-15 sets out the funding opportunities under the different parts of the programme; all are being published today on the Participant Portal.

Digital Agenda 2020

The Digital Agenda contains 101 actions, in 7 pillars, which will help to reboot the EU economy and enable Europe's citizens and businesses to get the most out of digital technologies - http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/our-goals
I: Digital Single Market
II: Interoperability & Standards
III: Trust & Security
IV: Fast and ultra-fast Internet access
V: Research and innovation
VI: Enhancing digital literacy, skills and inclusion
VII: ICT-enabled benefits for EU society

The ICT Work Programme defines the priorities for the calls for proposals to be launched in 2007. The priorities are faithful to the FP7 Framework Programme and Specific Programme decisions and in line with the main ICT policy priorities as defined in the i2010 initiative.

REFERENCES: http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ | The Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)

They reflect the input received from the Programme Committee and Advisory Group, the European Technology Platforms and a series of detailed consultations with the main stakeholders. [Read more]

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) are critical to improve the competitiveness of European industry and to meet the demands of its society and economy.

ICTs have a catalytic impact in three key areas:

  • productivity and innovation, by facilitating creativity and management;
  • modernisation of public services, such as health, education and transport;
  • advances in science and technology, by supporting cooperation and access to information.

The ICT Work Programme under FP7 is divided into seven "Challenges" of strategic interest to European society, plus research into "Future and emerging technologies" and support for horizontal actions, such as international cooperation:

  • Challenge 1 - Pervasive and trusted network and service infrastructures
  • Challenge 2 - Cognitive systems, interaction and robotics
  • Challenge 3 - Components, systems and engineering
  • Challenge 4 - Digital libraries and content
  • Challenge 5 - Sustainable and personalised healthcare
  • Challenge 6 - Mobility, environmental sustainability and energy efficiency
  • Challenge 7 - Independent living and inclusion
  • Future and emerging technologies (FET)

Themes of The International Conference on Technology Supported Learning & Training | www.online-educa.com

  • E-Learning in the Corporate and Company Context
  • "Learning Futures" in Higher Education
  • Classroom Learning and ICT
  • Public and Professional E-Learning
  • Lifelong and Informal Learning
  • Designing, Teaching and Learning with Digital Media and Tools
  • Games and Simulations in Support of Learning
  • M-Learning: Learning in the Hands of the Learner
  • Web 2.0 linked to Education 2.0
  • Video in Support of Online Learning
  • Quality and E-Learning
  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Online Learning, Equality and Accessibility
  • The Application of Research Outcomes in the TEL Field
  • E-Learning Policy and Practice

About CNIV and ICVL: Strong scientific events create and promote values

CNIV and ICVL are scientific events promoting innovative technologies and methodologies in education, research and lifelong improvement, both in the pre-university and university milieu, and in the economic sector, too. Structured and organized by European principles and International standards, the two projects promote implementation of modern ideas in the initial education and continuous training, encourage and promote teamwork and collaborative activities, scientific methods and experiments, creative thinking and intuition, arguing, and proving.