Substantial stakeholder interest for the new CEN WS-LT eTernity project
The eTerinty project was kicked of in Brussels 16th of January. These participants contributed to a very successful meeting (to be documented shortly) - read more to see picture and names of the participants.
From left behind: Christian Stracke (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany), Øystein Johannessen (QIN, Norway), Ingo Dahn (University Koblenz-Landau, Germany), Erlend Øverby (Karde as, Norway / ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC36), Fernando Garcia (AENOR, Spain), Markus Gylling (International Digital Publishing Forum), Annette Grande (Centre for ICT in Education, Norway), Vincent de Jong (Dedicon, Netherlands), Daniel Weck (Daisy Consortium), Gérard Vidal (ENS - Lyon, France). In front from the left: Owen White (Pearson), Chrispin Weston (SALTIS, UK), Phil Baker (CETIS, UK), Sandra Feliciano (ESTGF, Portugal), Jan M. Pawlowski (University of Jyväskylä, Finland/ CEN WS-LT), Enrico Turrin (Federation of European Publishers, Belgium), Rosa Maria Gómes de Regil (CNED, France) and Liina Munari (European Commission, DG Connect, Luxembourg).
Mark Häkkinen and Isaac Bejar (ETS, USA), Lorna Campbell (CETIS, UK), and Daniel Dahrendorf (IMC, Germany) were participating online in the meeting. Tore Hoel (HiOA, Norway /CEN WS-LT) was behind the camera.