Title eLearning for eGovernment (ELGI)
Project Number 518366-LLP-1-2011-1-BG-LEONARDO-LMP
Project Type Development of Innovation
Country EU-Centralised Projects
Marketing Text Interoperability is the ability of information systems to process, store and exchange electronic documents using uniform technology standards and processes. In the age of the advanced information society, the interoperability of information systems of different organisations, both public and private, is becoming a main factor for the efficiency of the economy. The EU Digital Agenda, one of the 7 flagships in the Europe 2020 strategy, defines interoperability as a main line of action. While most European countries have developed excellent legislative frameworks and have set up the necessary institutions for interoperability implementation, the knowledge of the specialized regulations and the necessary skills among the actors involved remain inadequate. The present proposal will improve the knowledge and skills of stakeholders in eGovernment projects across Europe through the development of an innovative e-learning tool based on the consortium’s own state-of-the-art research.
ELGI – eLearning for eGovernment project addresses the issue of interoperability in the context of eGovernment and the establishment of pan-European cross-border electronic services.
The project will improve the knowledge of stakeholders in eGovernment projects across Europe through the development of an innovative e-learning tool based on the consortium’s own state-of-the-art research.
The main goals of the project are:
-> To create an e-learning tool for training on the topic of interoperability of public administrations, and in particular on:
• Legal regulations of interoperability
• The best European practices
• An analysis of administrative information systems to meet the requirements for interoperability
• Required re-engineering of administrative information systems: technical, semantic, organizational
• Certification process for interoperability
• Creation of adequate tasks for new administrative systems
• Best practices, examples, tests
-> To train representatives of the target groups
The present project will develop an innovative e-learning tool targeted at audiences in 6 countries - members of the EU (BG, EL, ES, IT, LV, PL). The target groups of the project are:
- Staff of local, regional and national public administrations, national institutions and agencies;
- Managers of eGovernment projects;
- Information systems developers;
- Policy makers;
- VET organizations;
- Teachers and trainers.
The consortium was set up for the purpose of the present project in view of gathering skills and expertise from a variety of sectors: Research (RTU, SWSPZ), University education (RTU, SWSPZ), adult-targeted and vocational training (TEZA, IFI), public administration liaison (LOGOSPA, IFI), ICT (TEZA, BESTCYBERNETICS), interoperability certification (TEZA). Each partner institution is a leading educational/training organization with a vast network among the target groups and has the resources to disseminate and exploit the project results effectively and efficiently. The e-course produced will be a high quality innovative product which will be included in the training programmes of the consortium partners.
Open and distance learning
Professional, Scientific and Technical Activities
Administrative and Support Service Activities
Information and Communication
program or curricula
material for open learning
- State-of-the art international report
- Research on national policy and practices
- e-Course Curriculum
- Course scenario and objects
- Electronic course
- Localized file packages
- Test Training
- Presentation of exploitation activities and result