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Call for proposals in Educational Multimedia

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We would like to inform you that the European Commission has announced a call for proposals on Educational Multimedia involving the RTD programmes (Telematics Applications, Information Technologies, Targeted Socio-Economic Research, Socrates) and non RTD&D programmes in the field of education and training (Leonardo da Vinci) as well as in the field of trans-European telecommunication networks (Ten-Telecom). Indicative budget of the Call is 30 Mecus.

For this educational Multimedia Call a two stage procedure will be implemented.

  • First stage: submission of a short proposal, as described at the Information Package, at the Commission till 14 March 1997
  • Second stage: successful proposals from the first stage will be invited to submit a full proposal till 16 June 1997

    The goals of the Call are

  • to encourage the implementation and the deployment of electronic networks of schools in Europe
  • to stimulate the development of teaching and learning multimedia resources of European interest
  • to promote teacher training of new technologies in the classroom

    Users' implication is a critical success factor as the Call aims at bringing together producers, service providers, distributors with teachers, trainers and learners in a real life environment.

    Potential partners in the proposals to be submitted can be telecommunication service operators, broadcasters, information and telecommunication technology industries, training institutions, corporate training departments, universities, schools, distance learning institutions, libraries, museums, cultural centres, publishers and other possible resource centres.

    The selected projects are expected to start at the end of 1997 or beginning of 1998 with mean duration of 2 years and in no case beyond 3 years. Participation rules are defined in the proposer's guide.

    Each proposal should address at least one of the tasks or priorities coming from the participating programmes.

    Two types of proposals are expected:

  • Trans-programme proposals following the tasks of the common Workprogramme
  • Single programme proposals (not for SOCRATES and LEONARDO DA VINCI)

    DEADLINE : 14/3/1997

    For more information please apply to:
    European Commission
    DGXIII - Multimedia Educational Task Force
    29 Avenue de Beaulieu (office 6/5)
    B-1160 Brussels

    Tel: +322 2969012, +322 2969712
    Fax: +322 2993738 or

    General Secretariat for Research and Technology
    14-18 Messogion Avenue
    11510 Athens

    Tel: +301 7714240
    Fax: +301 7714153

    The following documents can be found here:

  • Call for Proposals (oj-en.doc)
  • Guide for proposers(mesguid.doc)
  • Workprogramme (wp-en.doc)

    In case you want to receive them via ftp you can use the Anonymous FTP service supported by GSRT host: or
    You log in as anonymous and give your e-mail address as password. You can receive the files from the /pub/mmjc. They are also saved in Rich Text Format.

    You save the .doc files as Binary and the .rtf as Ascii.

    If you have any problem in reading the files please contact GSRT. The Computer Center's telephone number is 7714162 and the e-mail address .

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