Luisa Marquardt (consultant CASPUR, teacher at University "Roma TRE") sent us (ENSIL members) an e-mail to report she had taken part in a "e-Content plus" meeting at the NationalResearch Council (Rome).It was a pre-screening day, useful forpotential applicants and sent to ENSIL members this link:
As she writes: Eligibilty criteria were shown. Interoperability, sustainability beyond the Project duration itself, advantages for large public (e.g., innovative and accessible ICT based services), multilingual services and digital libraries implementation, are some of the issues discussed.
It was underlined that it's more important to share already existing educational or scholarly contents than to build new ones. The content should come from more than one European Country (even non EU member), not from other continents (or these contents should be integrated in EU ones).
I think it's worthy reading, specially by the school librarians!