Europe Looks to InfoLab21 for Best Practice
InfoLab21 has been included as a case study in Knowledge Society at the Best Practice IV Conference in Graz, Austria.
The case study is now available online along with other Best Practice projects and details about the conference.
The aim of the Knowledge Society theme at the conference was to learn from projects that change patterns in regional development, trigger change and pave the way for the future with a focus on the knowledge society.
Steve Riches, Director of InfoLab21 said;
"It's a credit to all those involved with the InfoLab21 project that it has been submitted to the European Commisssion by our funders as an exemplar project in Best Practice.
"Our objective is to continue to build on InfoLab21's reputation and fully exploit the knowledge and technology base for the benefit of the region's economy."
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