THE EUROPEAN Commission has unveiled its latest call for research proposals to develop e-learning which will attract EU funding; Euro 7.5 million has been made available for projects promoting ideals such as setting up virtual universities.

This money is part of the Commission's e-learning initiative.

Themes that will gain particular attention include e-learning information services, laboratory studies, virtual universities and campuses. Projects attracting funding will each last between 12 to 18 months, starting from the ...

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