This document reports on how the use of e-learning has developed in Europe since the Lisbon European Council of 2000. It also draws conclusions for the next stage.

It follows the e-learning priorities agreed by the European institutions and Member States, focusing first on teachers and schools and second on higher education, while taking other education sectors into account. I

t identifies the challenges posed by the need for quality and efficiency, and in particular for pedagogical, technological and organisational innovation

Reference: Commission Staff Working Document, SEC(2008)2629, 09/10/2008

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