The Creative School Lab project aimed to establish creativity laboratories within teacher training institutes.

Europeana Creative was a project that promoted greater re-use of cultural heritage resources by Europe's creative industries. The project aimed to demonstrate that Europeana, the portal providing access to about 53 million digitised cultural heritage objects from across Europe, can facilitate the creative re-use of digital cultural heritage content and associated metadata.

Launched in July 2016, Europeana DSI-2 operated a multi-sided platform for cultural heritage. It aimed to maximise impact for business that wish to re-use cultural heritage data and the organisations that own digital or digitised objects by attracting the attention of new users.

In iTEC (Innovative Technologies for Engaging Classrooms), European Schoolnet worked with education ministries, technology providers, and research organisations to transform the way that technology is used in schools.

KeyCoNet was a European Policy Network on the Implementation of Key Competence Development (KCD) in School Education.

The LangOER project addressed the use of Open Education Resources (OER) in order to promote less used languages by bringing together the worlds of Open Education and less used languages (including Regional and Minority Languages) in a fruitful and long-term dialogue.

With the participation of 15 partners, including 12 education ministries, Living Schools Lab project promoted a whole-school approach to ICT use, scaling up best practices in the use of ICT between schools with various levels of technological proficiency.

SENnet provides information and support for those working to develop the use of technology to improve access for school age learners with special educational needs.

The TeLLNet project aimed to understand better the construct of teacher networks and how they can offer informal ways to support teachers' competence building and personal and professional development.

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