A summary of what Europe is collecting for their Learning 2.0 Study...
- Identify and Analyse the existing practices and related success factors of major 2.0 initiatives in the field of learning in Europe:
- Look at the innovative dimension of using web 2.0 for learning:
- Analyse the position of Europe vs. the rest of the world in terms of quantitative and qualitative use of innovative Learning 2.0 approaches:
- Discuss the potential of social computing applications to (re)-connect groups at risk-of-exclusion:
- Propose avenues for further research and policy-making.
I think these could all be part of a solid case to move to Web 2.0!