Information Society Technologies Programme (IST Programme)
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1998, as part of the 5th Framework Programme of E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC); subsequently came within 6th Framework Programme (2002-2006); also referred to as Creating a User-Friendly Information Society. Combined the previous: U-XK0957 - Advanced Communications Technologies and Services Programme (ACTS); U-XF1018 - Specific Programme for Research and Technological Development in the Field of Information Technologies (ESPRIT); U-XK0900 - TELEMATICS. Organized through DG Information Society. Succeeded by the ICT element in the Cooperation programme of the 7th Framework Programme (2007-2013).
Provide a single, integrated programme that reflects the convergence of information processing, communications and the media within the European Union; improve the learning process by providing a blueprint for flexible, cost-effective technology supported learning - e-learning.
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Comprises 4 action lines: KA1; KA2; KA3 (multimedia content and tools); KA4.
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