wins Gold and Silver in the 'Excellence in E-Learning Awards 2003'
September 2003: Brandon Hall
Congratulations to our partner CognitiveArts! The company won Gold (Cognitive
Arts and Cable & Wireless: Interactive Sales Training for Account Managers) and
and Altria: Altria Code of Conduct Training) in the 'Excellence in E-Learning
Awards 2003' of the consulting house Brandon Hall, both in the category 'Custom
Content'. The award ceremony took place on September 23rd at the 'Online
Learning 2003 Conference & Expo' in Los
learning: citizens’ views
Survey 4025 of the European Centre for the Development of
Vocational Training (Cedefop)
"Making lifelong learning a reality for all lies at the heart of the Lisbon
for making Europe a prosperous and rewarding place to live and work in the
21st century world. Everyone should have equal and open access to high
quality learning opportunities throughout their lives." (Viviane
Education and Culture)
- European e-Learning Portal
January 2003: European Commission
The European Commission maintains this website to enhance public access
to information about its initiatives and European Union policies in general.
The goal is to keep this information timely and accurate.
- Business Education:
An Investment in People and Know-how
December 2002: iwd – Informationsdienst des Instituts der deutschen
Wirtschaft Köln, Nr. 51/52, S. 4/5
German corporations make an effort for education. A recent IW-survey shows
that in 2001, the industry invested nearly 17 billion Euro for the professional
fitness of their employees.
Learning in classes with laptops (German)
November 2002: Bertelsmann Stiftung
Lessons with laptop increase the quality of learning. This is a recent finding
of a study by Bertelsmann Stiftung. The project evaluation is the first
of its kind that investigates the effects of notebook-supported lessons
over a period of many years.
is the extent of e-Learning in Europe?'
March 2002: European Training Village
The demand for e-Learning in Europe is growing, according to an online
survey, 'What is the extent of e-learning in Europe'. The survey defines
as all learning using information and communication technologies and is
a major attempt to assess the development of e-Learning in Europe.
- The OECD
PROGRAMME FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ASSESSMENT (PISA)
December 2001: OECD PISA
PISA, a new three-yearly survey of the knowledge and skills of 15-year-olds
in the principal industrialised countries, provides some answers. It assesses
how far students near the end of compulsory education have acquired some
of the knowledge and skills that are essential for full participation in
- European Innovation
September 2001: European Commission - Cordis
A benchmarking study reveals diverging innovation performance within the
EU and between EU, USA and Japan. Germany is underperforming in the participation
of Life Long Learning compared to other EU states. (PDF
720 KB English)