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eQNet Public Report is now available
The eQNet midterm report has been submitted to the Executive Agency managing the Lifelong Learning Programme. For an overview of what has been accomplished this far and future tasks please read Public Report.
In the Quality Network for a European Learning Resource Exchange (eQNet) project, we are interested in how teachers and learners perceive and use learning resources that ‘travel well’. We use the term ‘travel well’ to indicate that a digital learning resource has considerable potential to be reused in a context other than the one for which it was originally created. Similar cross-context interactions take place in many areas of technology-enhanced learning when learners cross their own language, country or curriculum boundaries. Over three years, the eQNet project is establishing, consolidating and sustaining two networks, one of European educational policy-makers and content providers who deal with digital learning resources and the other consisting of teachers, who use digital learning resources as part of their classroom practice and lesson preparation.
eQNet teachers are now working on the tasks for the second year of the project. Based on this practical assessment of resources by teachers and more theoretical work carried out by project partners, eQNet is developing ‘travel well’ quality criteria. The most visible project outcome will be a public collection of more than 3,500 ‘travel well’ resources originating from different national collections and from the Learning Resources Exchange (LRE). At the mid-term of the project, more than 900 ‘travel well’ resources are already available at www.unilearning.eu.