EUNIS and the MEDIA & LEARNING ASSOCIATION have found their goals and objectives complementary, hence a mutually beneficial collaborative agreement was signed.
Under this agreement both organisations will:
• promote the existence of high quality infrastructures and services to support activities of education and research institutions in Europe;
• explore new directions in information technology and digital media for education, research and administration by bringing together information technology leaders, directors of computing services and of national research networks, libraries and media centres managers from European universities and other organisations;
• contribute to innovation and excellence in information technology and use of digital media for education and research.
Both organizations will share information about their activities and events that will be of interest to the other’s members and will join efforts to disseminate standards, policies, and best practices for the use of information technology in education, research, and administration.
The MEDIA & LEARNING ASSOCIATION is an international, not-for-profit association with headquarters in Belgium. The Association promotes and stimulates the use of media as a way to enhance innovation and creativity in teaching and learning across all levels of education in Europe. For more information visit: https://association.media-and-learning.eu
EUNIS (European University Information Systems) is a not-for-profit association statutory governed by the French law. The mission of EUNIS is to help member institutions develop their information technology (IT) landscape by sharing experiences and working together. EUNIS fosters exchanges, cooperation, and debates between the higher education institutions (universities, research institutes, education-oriented organisations) within Europe. With special interest groups (SIGs) , focused on top issues of the higher education IT community, EUNIS promotes knowledge exchange and sharing of best practices, helping to transform the topical areas. For more information visit: https://eunis.org/