An international partnership among four countries and online networks to show the ICT potential: Best Practices, e-learning and virtual campus (2003-2005)
The LEIPS project – Learning from e-learning innovation processes in European schools – is based on the premise that merely installing computers in schools is not enough for the implementation of efficient e-learning processes that improve scholastic performance.
The LEIPS project strategy for e-learning has indicated “change management” ability as the fundamental skill required to ensure the success of e-learning in Europe.
The project’s objective is to contribute to the improvement of the processes linked to innovation and the implementation of e-learning through a systematic program based on the following activities:
- the generation of greater awareness of the Best Practices regarding innovation and e-learning processes;
- the preparation of video and online multimedia material;
- the testing of teaching materials together with the leading figures in the European educational community;
- dissemination of the transfer of learning and educational material at European level;
- stimulate the creation of an online network of European parties interested in understanding, applying, and transferring innovation and e-learning processes.
The project was previously coordinated by Consorzio Gioventù Digitale in 2003-2005. The international partnership regarded the cities of Stockholm (Sweden), Barcelona (Spain), Naestved (Denmark,) and Rome’s Atenea/Censis Institute.