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The e.KnowNet Project

e.KnowNet aims to develop an innovative and viable mechanism enabled by information and communication technologies (ICT), able to facilitate the flow of new scientific knowledge from the research laboratory to larger, non-expert segments of society, in forms suitable for non-formal learning.

The project promotes networking and cooperation in the field of lifelong learning among complementary knowledge-based organizations such as research institutions, universities, science centres and museums, and also between communities linked to formal and non-formal education, practitioners, and as well as experts in learning and communication sciences, technology-enhanced learning, etc.

Five European organisations active in the fields of science and learning are working together to collaboratively transform scientific knowledge into learning resources, that make maximum use of the learning potential of ICT in appealing forms, hoping to increase the interest of teenagers and adults in science. Cooperation allows participants to share experiences (symbols, vocabulary and jargon, work methods and practices, tools and mentalities) and learn from each other, bypassing the stereotypes linked with the various expert, learning or practice communities.


Further Information

e.KnowNet project website

e.KnowNet portal ScienceTweets

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Updated: 10/29/2010