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#1 Karl Donert

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Posted 09 February 2004 - 11:09 AM

SPRING DAY 2004: Celebrating the Enlargement of Europe
The European Union will expand from 15 to 25 countries in 2004. This year's
Spring Day in Europe will celebrate the fifth enlargement of the European
Union. Spring Day is about involving young people celebrating the Future of
Europe - many (though not all) of the activities involve using ICT in
meaningful and interactive ways.

Registration for schools and colleges is FREE

Resources will be made available to participating institutions and
activities will help pupils, students, teachers and lecturers know each
other better, link up and build Europe together. The debate dimension will
be there, such a historical event doesn't go without questions, fears, hopes
and doubts.

All information is available from the Spring Day 2004 website.
(Spring Day)

Highlights so far this year include:
Young reporters
Twinning schools
Culture Box

You can register at: http://futurum2004.eun.org/

You can see what happened last year at:
http://futurum-21.eu...ndex_spring.cfm where more than 5500 schools

Also visit the Projects page and the Zap Web site

Each country in Europe has a Spring Day pedagogical coordinator, the full
list is provided on the site: do not hesitate to contact them; they will be
able to make links for you!

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