Navigation
     
   
visit European Schoolnet The MELT project is co-funded by the European Community eContentplus Programme. logos
 News 


Final report
MELT final reportMELT final review report: reviewers "urge the consortium to continue its excellent work which they consider an undoubted success"
Read more...


IMS Award
IMS European Schoolnet is pleased to announce that its Learning Resource Exchange (LRE) for schools received an IMS Learning Impact 2009 Leadership Award in Barcelona on 13 May in the category for Best Cross-National Solution
Read more...


Newsletter 3
news A third newsletter focusing on the successful conclusion to the MELT project was published in May 2009.
Read more...


EEPG supports LRE
EEPGEuropean Educational Publishers’ Group supports the Learning Resource Exchange
Read more...


LRE Postcard
LRE for SchoolsLRE for Schools postcard
Read more...


LRE for Schools
LRE for SchoolsLaunch of the LRE for Schools
Read more...


Newsletter 2
news
A second newsletter highlighting the progress made in the MELT project was circulated to teachers in November 2008.
Read more...


MELT at EMINENT 2008
win!The work of the MELT project was presented in two workshops during the 2008 EMINENT conference to a combined audience of nearly 70 delegates. As well as highlighting how Associate Partners in the Learning Resource Exchange could benefit from MELT social tagging tools and the project's work on automatic metadata generation/translation, delegates also had a presentation from Riina Vuorikari at European Schoolnet who has been analysing initial results from an evaluation of teacher-created tags.
Read more...


Summer school
Mechelen summer school Mechelen, Belgium, June 2008.

The former capital of the Low Countries was the meeting point of teachers and others involved in the MELT project for their summer school.
Read more...


Newsletter
news Although this first newsletter was designed for teachers taking part in the MELT pilots, it has now been made more widely available so that teachers can find out more about using the MELT Learning Resource Exchange (LRE) for schools.
Read more...


LRE developers' workshop
WorkshopBuilding a Learning Resource Exchange (LRE) for Schools

September 8-9, 2008 – Leuven, Belgium

This workshop is designed for technical staff (with a working knowledge of the Java
programming language) of organisations that wish to:
  • Make their educational content available via the Learning Resource Exchange (LRE) for
    schools and/or
  • Get access to the learning resource of the LRE.

Read more...


Chinese brochure
MELTSkólavefurinn, our Icelandic partners in the MELT project, have published the project brochure in Chinese. This development, which might at first appear surprising, springs from a project undertaken by Dr. Geir Sigurðsson, Phd. in Chinese Philosophy (current Director of Icelandic Center for Asian Studies of the University of Iceland and Director of Northern Light Confucius Institute of Iceland). Dr. Sigurðsson has been creating teaching materials for Icelanders learning Chinese and introducing China to Icelanders.
Read more...


LRE developers' workshop
WorkshopBuilding a Learning Resource Exchange (LRE) for Schools

February 18-19, 2008 – Leuven, Belgium
This workshop is designed for technical staff (with a working knowledge of the Java programming language) of organisations that wish to:
  • Make their educational content available via the Learning Resource Exchange (LRE) for schools and/or
  • Get access to the learning resource of the LRE.

Read more...


Annual Report
MELT annual reportPublication of MELT annual report.
Read more...


LRE Seminar
Brussels AtomiumBuilding a Learning Resource Exchange (LRE) for Schools
9 November 2007, Diamant Centre, Brussels
Read more...


EC-TEL 2007
paperLinking Learning Resources to Curricula by using Competencies
Read more...


Project meeting
March 2007
Read more...


EUN - Global player in e-learning content
February 2007
EUN is potentially the most important Europe-wide and global player in e-learning content.
Read more...


MELT kick-off meeting in Brussels
On 12 and 13 October 2006, about 40 people gathered in Brussels for the kick-off meeting of the MELT project. MELT is project of the eContentplus programme bringing together 19 partners from 14 countries, including 16 content providers, both public and commercial ones.
Read more...


If you would like to receive the MELT project newsletter (first issue January 2008), please register here:
Your email address:
Subscribe to Newsletter