The 'Virtual Campus for a Sustainable Europe' (VCSE) Project
The Virtual Campus for a Sustainable Europe developed from collaboration in the European Virtual Seminar on Sustainable Development (EVS), a multidisciplinary e-learning course for university students across Europe. EVS was piloted in 2001 and currently has 11 participating institutions and approximately 40 students per year. Five institutes participating in EVS, united by a common interest in e-learning for competence development for sustainable development, joined to form the consortium of the Virtual Campus for a Sustainable Europe, funded by the eLearning 2006 Program (2007-2009), European Commission, DG Education and Culture, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). The five original consortium members were the University of Macedonia (GR), the Open University of the Netherlands (NL), the University of Graz (AT), the University of Lüneburg (DE), and Charles University in Prague (CZ). Between 2007 and 2009, the VCSE network expanded to include nineteen network members (click here to see the list of network members).
The project finished in January 2009, but thanks to network members’ commitment and mutual benefit the VCSE network intends to be a self-sustaining activity. Responsibility for coordinating VCSE activities by the VCSE Secretariat will rotate among network members every year.
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