Some of the European examples from this article include:
Examples of current and recent projects include:
- Netd@ys Europe: An initiative promoting the use of new media (multimedia, Internet, videoconference or new audio-visual facilities) in the area of education and culture culminating in a showcase of online and offline events. Recent developments have focused on the quality and educational content of associated ventures and promotion of partnerships between educational and cultural organisations
- myEurope: A safe web-based project designed to raise children's awareness of European issues, via innovative class activities and school projects
- Celebrate - a project based on what electronic content may look like in the future. The project includes the provision of an online database that will include learning objects for education
- Xplora - a gateway for science education for teachers, students, scientists, and others, containing activities, resources, tools and community links
- Spring Day in Europe - project in which schools learn about EU developments and incorporate them into the curriculum. It emphasises cooperation, communication, and the sharing of ideas between teachers and schools across Europe.