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Xploit NEWS SPECIAL EVORA 2012 – The Xploit project is funded by the EU Commission’s Transversal Action – – Contact: Xploit aims to build up a EU network of learning communities as one of the results of the Xploit project. You are welcome to contribute to such a network!



Xploit community experience Take a look at the outcomes of Xploit community activities in for example Swansea Wales, Salt Catalonia, Catania Italy and in Israel.

Re-motivating disengaged youth 20-22 of June the Xploit coordinator organizes a European conference in Aarhus Denmark about unfolding the inclusion potentials of learning technologies.

The Xploit website – exploit it !! … offers you a wide range of material and experiences from the Xploit project, including reports, documents and videos. The website is continuously updated…

Xploit will not only offer learning community guidance to its own communities, but also to selected communities in Europe. More communities should benefit from the Xploit resources. Due to longstanding contacts between Xploit partners and the Evora community, it is natural for the project to establish a dialogue with Evora stakeholders, interested in lifelong learning, learning communities, student and teacher mobility and European cooperation. The dialogues in Evora in February aim to establish a permanent contact between the Xploit project and the Evora community.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Are we losing the new generations? The EU LABlearning project is developing new media based learning facilities for disengaged young people. The initiative is very relevant to the Xploit communities.

These two websites available from the 1st of April 2012

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The 3 year EU funded Xploit project contributes to building up the capacity in local communities to develop into Learning Communities by Addressing lifelong learning at a systematic level Exploiting European learning resources Establishing new communication infrastructures in the communities