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- Envisaged outputs -

The outputs of the project consists of:

O1. Project guideline

O2. Consolidated study with regard to the comparative analysis of present stages in partner countries including model and organization of the DLE

O3. DLE design documentation

O4. Portal for content and services access of DLE consisting of:

O5. Generic tool destined to assembling and editing of multipurpose multimedia materials

O6. DLE lectures

O7. DLE forum

O8. Biannual informative bulletin

O9. Conclusive materials pertinent to the stage (studies, evaluation reports, action plans, technical reports

Specific target groups

O1, O2: PMG members, Expert Team members;

O3, O5: Expert Team members, technical staff

O4, O6: learners: regular students of the partner institutions; students from other European universities; students with loco-motor handicap; individuals who seek retraining; companies who seek personnel retraining; academic staff; teachers / trainers acting in the public / private sector, disabled persons;

O7: PMG and Expert Team members, technical staff involved in the project, teachers and learners, persons beyond partnership interested in cooperation,

O8: persons involved in implementation of the project;

O9: persons within and beyond partnership interested in the objectives of the project

The educational institutions participating in the project will benefit in the teaching process of the DLE resources as a extension of their own assets. Based on tutorials and multimedia textbooks, the teachers will use tools and methods incorporating features of the new technologies specific to ICT in the teaching process. Each educational institution will promote the availability of, and improve access to, relevant high quality and innovative learning, in particular through the use of information and communications technologies. Based on DLE resources, each partner will be able to develop new education and training programs and learning styles geared to meeting the particular needs of older learners, many of whom will already be employed and who already have entry-level qualifications.