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The PALETTE project aims at facilitating and augmenting individual and organisational learning in Communities of Practice (CoPs). Towards this aim, an interoperable and extensible set of innovative services as well as a set of specific scenarios of use have been designed, implemented and thoroughly validated in CoPs of diverse contexts.
The above services and scenarios  support:
  • incremental convergence towards a comprehensive representation of practices;
  • argumentative debates about practices;
  • enhancement of practices through knowledge exploration, inside and outside of the CoPs;
  • provision of procedures for the reification and creation of new practices
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PALETTE and PROLEARN Summer School, June 15-21, 2008 - Ohrid, FYR of Macedonia
PALETTE project & PROLEARN, the Network of Excellence in Technology Enhanced Learning for Professionals, now working under the umbrella of the EATEL Association are pleased to announce their joint Summer School from June 15 to 21, 2008 at Ohrid, FYR of Macedonia.
The Summer School will bring together PhD students with experienced researchers from PALETTE, PROLEARN, or from top international institutions in or across the scope. 
Our ambition is to foster cross-domain training and collaboration opportunities among researchers in Europe and beyond, working in the disparate fields of expertise which promote the advancement of TEL at the workplace. The programme includes lectures and working sessions from leading professors in the field, tutoring, mentoring, and joint research opportunities. Additionally the school will offer practical sessions in research methodology for Technology Enhanced Learning. Advanced PhD students will be identified to present their research at the Third European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning in Maastricht, The Netherlands, September 17-19, 2008 (, and to participate in EATEL thematic workshops. 
Programme Topics
    * Collaborative Design between Educational Scientists and Computer Scientists
    * Creation of and Access to Knowledge and Learning Resources
    * Practice Modelling, Management & Mining for TEL
    * Personalisation & Adaptation in Learning Environments
    * Privacy and Security
    * Pedagogy, Life-Long Learning, and TEL
    * Individual, Social & Organisational Learning Processes
    * Interoperability: TEL Standards, Models, Processes, Tools
    * Research Techniques
    * The Future of TEL
In order to increase social contacts among the summer school participants, the programme includes several social events. A variety of sport activities will also be offered to the summer school participants.

More information about this training event (venue description, accommodation and social event, costs, eligibility and application process, calendar,...)
The call for application is now closed. 
Last Updated ( Thursday, 22 May 2008 )
PALETTE project presented at ISO/IEC JTC1 SC36 plenary meeting - March 15-21, 2008, Jeju, Korea
ISO/IEC JTC1/SC36 is leading the development of truly International standards and guidance in information technology for learning, education, and training (IT LET). The scope of SC36 is the Standardization in the field of IT LET to support individuals, groups, or organizations, and to enable interoperability and reusability of resources and tools. This event brought about 70 participants (representatives of 31 National Bodies and of IMS, ADL and IEEE). Stéphane Jacquemart (CRP Henri Tudor) has presented the work about generic models, meta-ontologies and O'CoPs, developed in the WG3 of the WP3 PALETTE project, to members of the Work Group 3 of SC36 which develops International Standards for Learner Information.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 22 May 2008 )
LimSee3 Trialling- Paris, January 24, 2008
A LimSee3 trialling was jointly organised by ePrep and INRIA Rhône-Alpes at Lycée Henri IV, in Paris, on January 24, 2008. On this occasion, ePrep CoP members were invited to build a multimedia module, including texts, pictures, video and audio recordings, thanks to the last version of LimSee3, a multimedia authoring tool based on extensive use of templates and adaptable user interface developed in the framework of the PALETTE project.
This trialling took place after several “design-in-use” sessions involving PALETTE researchers and ePrep CoP members for the production of a real multimedia history course for “Hypokhâgne” students at Lycée Henri IV. An example of such sessions was the recording of the course at Lycée Henri IV, on October 17, 2007 
Thirteen participants attended the LimSee3 trialling on January 24.
Last Updated ( Monday, 26 October 2009 )
Knowledge Management Training - November 20-21, 2007 - Sophia Antipolis, France
The Palette Training on Knowledge Management was organized by INRIA Sophia Antipolis and held on November 20-21 in Sophia Antipolis. Aimed at both Palette members and CoP mediators or members, it was attended by 18 persons coming from CRP HT, EM Lyon, INRIA Sophia, University of Fribourg and Universiy of Liege. The courses were given by members of INRIA, I3S and CRP HT and the practical work was organized by CRP-HT and INRIA..
The first day was dedicated to general courses on:
- Use of Semantic Web approach for Knowledge Management in Communities through the notion of Communitiy Semantic Webs
- Principles, methodologies and tools for Ontologies and Folksonomies
and to the presentation of two KM tools developed or used in the framework of WP3: the semantic wiki Sweetwiki  and the tool for search and classification of documents, Bayfac.
The second day was dedicated to practical work on both tools: Bayfac and on Sweetwiki.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 21 May 2008 )
PALETTE project presented at Ni-Hao project conference - November 19-20, 2007 - Beijing, China.
Future Internet/IPv6 and FP7: 2-day International Networking event in the context of the Ni-Hao Project
Ni-Hao is a project financed by the European Commission aimed at helping Chinese ICT enterprises and relevant research academies to realize the EU's specialized IST plan. The main goal of the Ni-Hao project is the establishment of a National IST Chinese Contact Point tasked with encouraging and facilitating the participation of the Chinese research and industry community and other parties interested in EU IST research projects and initiatives.
The particular event brought together about 600 participants (representatives of the Chinese research and industry community). Nikos Karacapilidis (CTI) delivered an invited talk, entitled "Supporting Collaboration, Enhancing Learning", through which he presented work beinghheld in the context of the PALETTE project. 
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 21 May 2008 )
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