Friday, September 25, 2015

i-Treasures: intangible cultural heritage of the past available through advanced modern technologies

You can find singers of Cantu in Paghjella of Corsica or learn about "Human Beat Box"; study traditional and contemporary dances; learn about wheel-throwing pottery imitating the gestures of local expert performers in a virtual pottery shop; use a novel intangible musical instrument. i-Treasures makes all this possible, in one platform.

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Thursday, September 24, 2015

Empowering patients through eHealth: a case report of a pan-European project

Three lessons have been collectively learnt during the development of the EU-funded PALANTE project, which involves nine European sites that have implemented different eHealth services for empowering different typologies of patients.

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The patient is key during eHealth Week 2016

The latest eHealth developments will be discussed during the eHealth Week. Presentations will be delivered by high level speakers through workshops, sessions and interactive panel discussions. eHealth Week will bring together government and ministerial delegations as well as the private sector, thus encouraging productive discussions around how these two areas complement each other and what lessons can be learned. More than 2000 participants are expected to attend this event.

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Digital Skills and entrepreneurship in the Digital Revolution Era: from EU funding opportunities to job creation

The Digital Single Market strategy calls for ''the Commission to address digital skills and expertise as a key component of its future initiatives on skills and training''. This workshop at the Open Days aims to support and encourage stakeholders to make better use of European funding in order to address the digital skills deficit.

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Re-engineering the Uptake of ICT in Schools

The results of the 12.5 million Euro iTEC project, which piloted educational tools and resources in over 2500 classrooms across 20 European countries, are now available in a new book. It is available free-of-charge in digital format (PDF and ePub). The book is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial License. A hard copy can be purchased from the publisher.

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Have your say on geo-blocking and the role of platforms in the online economy

Today the European Commission is launching a public debate with two consultations: one on geo-blocking and the other one on platforms, online intermediaries, data, cloud computing and the collaborative economy. Views expressed and information gathered will help the Commission assess the need for, or prepare initiatives as part of the Digital Single Market Strategy and the Internal Market Strategy for Goods and Services.

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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Questions and answers on the public consultation on ICT standards

Questions and answers on the public consultation on the ICT standards

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Have your say on standards to help achieve a Digital Single Market

Today the Commission launched a public consultation on Standards for the Digital Single Market (DSM). With this consultation, the Commission aims to gather views on priorities for standards. The consultation is open until 16 December.

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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Secure and efficient online services for the EU - 5.5 million investment

The initiative to invest in eID projects by the European Commission boosts trust in e-services and ensures that different systems can communicate across borders.

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