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ePrep International Thematic Seminars - Introduction

A parallel session at the 2007 ePrep Thematic Seminar
A parallel session at the 2007 ePrep Thematic Seminar

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From 2006 to 2011, ePrep organised annual thematic seminars on specific themes of the Information and communication technologies for enhancing international and social access to the "Grandes écoles".

Every year, about 40 participants attended these events.

Complete proceedings of the ePrep Seminars are proposed on this Web site:

ePrep - SILLAGES Day 2011, Ecole polytechnique, Palaiseau, October 20, 2011
ePrep 2011 Seminar on the theme "Innovative projects for international cooperation"
2011 SILLAGES event on the theme "SILLAGES resources and community: results and prospects"

2010 Seminar, Palais du Luxembourg, Paris (France), November 17, 2010
On the theme "Sustainable Education"
Including the official launch of the SILLAGES initiative

2009 Seminar, Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris (France), October 26, 2009
On the theme "ePrep: an open platform at the service of its community"

2008 Seminar, Ecole Centrale de Pékin, Beijing (China), October 28, 2008
On the theme "ePrep and International Cooperation: activities and tools"

2007 Seminar, INSA de Lyon (France), November 5 & 6, 2007
On the theme "The ePrep CoP: which tools for which projects?"

2006 Seminar, EPAM, Sousse (Tunisie), October 30, 2006
On the theme "Cooperation with French-speaking countries through ICT for CPGEs and similar establishments"
The ePrep Community of Practice was officially launched at this first seminar.

 
 

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