The Web We Want introduces new ideas and activities about online issues, critical thinking and digital citizenship for young people and educators.

The NESTT project aims to understand how students prefer to learn in formal, non-formal informal settings and how teachers can be trained to support their students' learning in these various settings.

Next-Lab (Next Generation Stakeholders and Next Level Ecosystem for Collaborative Science Education with Online Labs) is a European follow-up project of Go-Lab, conducted by a larger part of the same project consortium and partners.

Social Media Literacy for Change (sml4change) is a one-year project co-ordinated by European Schoolnet which aims to support European school leaders and teachers, particularly those working with young people at risk of being socially marginalised, to foster social media literacy (SML) in both their school and local community, thus reaching out to citizens at large.

EU Code Week is a grass-roots movement that celebrates creativity, problem-solving and collaboration through programming and other tech activities. The idea is to make programming more visible, to show young, adults and elderly how you bring ideas to life with code, to demystify these skills and bring motivated people together to learn. In 2018 EU Code Week takes place between 6 and 21 October.

The ITELab project, launched in January 2017, is a Knowledge Alliance project between higher education institutions and industry.

Scientix promotes teaching materials from STEM research projects, and supports Europe-wide collaboration among science and maths teachers, researchers, policymakers and other professionals in STEM education.

Under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), European Schoolnet is developing and maintaining – on behalf of the European Commission a Better Internet for Kids (BIK) core service platform.

The 4th Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure (DSI) showcases and provides online access to Europe's cultural and scientific heritage.

The overall objective of the Erasmus+ -funded Novigado project is to support schools and related stakeholders in the transition from a conventional and teacher-centred classroom into teaching practices that promote active learning with the support of innovative learning environments and use of relevant ICT.

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