ELGI – eLearning for eGovernment project addresses the issue of interoperability in the context of eGovernment and the establishment of pan-European cross-border electronic services.
The project aims to improve the knowledge of stakeholders in eGovernment projects across Europe through the development of an innovative e-learning tool based on the consortium’s own state-of-the-art research.
The e-course produced will contribute to working adults’ inclusion in lifelong learning, develop attitudes and help them meet the requirements of the changing environment, improving their employability. The project will play an important part in the development of public services in Europe, both at national and local level and in support of broader cross-national needs.
The final e-learning tool will be available in 7 languages of EU member states (English, Bulgarian, Greek, Spanish, Italian, Latvian and Polish).
The project started on October 2011 and is expected to finish by the end of March 2014. It is carried out with the support of the Lifelong Learning Program of the European Commission.
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