Key Activity 3 Selected Networks

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Key Activity 3 Selected Networks 2011

This is a more useful version of the results in the PDF file at http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/funding/2011/selection/documents/transprogr/ka3.pdf


#
Application
Country
Applicant Organisation
Topic
Application Title
Total Budget cost €
1
518938-BE
Belgium - 1
Audiovisual Technologies, Informatics and Telecommunications (ATiT)
Media
MEDEAnet
599,884
2
518944-UK
United Kingdom - 1
University of Hull
EUROVERSITY
633,200
3
518967-IT
Italy - 1
Istituto Luigi Sturzo
European Network for Knowledge diffusion of DIgital StoryTelling
631,521
4
519057-UK
United Kingdom - 2
University of the West of Scotland
Web 2.0
Ed2.0Work - European network for the integration of Web2.0 in education and work
599,847
5
519066-BE
Belgium - 2
European Trade Union Committee for Education
School early leavers
Teacher Unions preventing early school leaving through the use of ICT in education
529,663
6
519177-GR
Greece
Militos
Digital literacy
Facilitating and fostering digital competence through volunteers - This is IT
589,522
7
519196-BE
Belgium - 3
MENON Network EEIG
Lifelong learning
VIsion, Scenarios, Insights and Recommendations on how ICT may help making lifelong learning a reality for all
597,291
8
519212-IT
Italy - 2
Politecnico di Milano
Learning to learn
eLene2learn - exploring and promoting the contribution of ICT and digital media to the development of learning to learn competencies in lifelong learning transitions
600,401
9
519332-PT
Portugal
Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto
Serious games
Serious Games Network
599,474


Analysis

Belgium leads 3 networks, Italy and UK 2 each, and Greece and Portugal 1 each. No particular conclusions can be drawn from this, as UK and Italy are large countries and Belgium is the headquarters of many EU-wide associations so is expected to figure well in the rankings.



See also Key Activity 3 Selected Multilateral Projects



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