On this seminar recent findings on education as support for rural development were presented and reflections made on what makes a silent online learner learn and offered training in Interactive and Creative Technologies that supports learning were offered. The day was useful for education planners, teachers, ICT staff and municipal civil servants.
The NVL-network Distans has worked with ICT in adult learning for over 10 years. It has members from Finland, the Åland Islands, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Iceland and Greenland. Distans provides ways for teachers, providers and people interested in ICT to share experiences and learn from each other. The network also wants to spread knowledge about online learning and to widen distant education offers for adults at all educational levels.