Lifelong Learning - Transversal Programme

Specific objectives

  •          To promote European cooperation in fields covering two or more sub-programmes
  •          To promote the quality and transparency of Member States’ education and training systems

 

Operational objectives

  • To support policy development and cooperation at European level in lifelong learning, notably in the context of the Lisbon process “Education and Training 2010”, as well as the Bologna and Copenhagen processes and their successors

  • To ensure an adequate supply of comparable data, statistics and analyses to underpin lifelong learning policy development, as well as to monitor progress towards objectives and targets in lifelong learning, and to identify areas for particular attention

  • To promote language learning and support linguistic diversity in Member States

  • To support the development of innovative ICT-based content, services, pedagogies and practice for lifelong learning

  • To ensure that the results of the Lifelong Learning Programme are appropriately recognised, demonstrated and implemented on a wide scale

 

There are four Key Activities:

 

For more information please go to Lifelong Learning – Transversal Programme

 

Important: Individual mobility is not an objective per se in these projects.

 

The following list presents LLP-Transversal projects, in which the University of Algarve participates.

 

Lifelong Learning Transversal Projects

Duration

Project

Coordinating Institution

Participating Institutions

 

2007-2010

EUE-Net - European University – Enterprise Cooperation Network

University Transylvania of Brasov
(Romania)

55 partners

 

2007-2010

IGNATIUS

Universiteit van Amsterdam
(Nederland)

12 partners

 

2007-2010

LANQUA – Language Network for Quality Assurance

University of Southampton
(United Kingdom)

60 partners

 

2007-2010

MOLAN - Network for the Exchange of information about good practices that serve to motivate language learner's 

Freie Universitat Berlin
(Germany)

39 partners

 

2007-2010

MULTICOM

Université Rennes 2
(France)

5 partners

 

2010-2011

HUMART- Qualifications Framework for the Humanities and the Applied and Fine Arts

University of Groningen
(Nederland)

55 partners

 

2009-2011

ETALAGE

Universiteit van Amsterdam
(Nederland)

16 partners

 

2011-2014

MAGICC – “Modularising Multilingual and Multicultural Academic Communication Competence for BA and MA level”

University of Lausanne
(Switzerland)

11 partners

 

2009-2012

SLL - Subtitling and Language Learning

University of Turku
(Finland)

9 partners

 

2010-2012

NetCoach (CRIA)

Galway Technology Centre
(Ireland)

5 partners

 

2011-2014

ClipFlair - Foreign Language Learning through Interactive Revoicing and Captioning of Clips

Universitat Pompeu Fabra
(Italy)

10 partners

 

2011-2013

LiTE – Lost in Transition Europe

University of Wolverhampton
(United Kingdom)

4 partners

 
 

2011-2014

ISEKI_Food-4

Università degli Studi di Teramo
(Italy)

89 partners

 

2011-2014

RD-SVTD – Responding to Diversity by engaging with students voices: a strategy for teacher development

University of Hull
(United Kingdom)

12 partners

 

 

 

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