The Pascal Observatory -a dynamic and rapidly expanding organisation which aims to connect the communities of policy makers, practioners and researchers to the sharing and exchange of cutting-edge best practice research, ideas and policies- has contacted the Xploit project and shown their interest in our work and experiences as to Learning Communities. You can find us in the PASCAL International Exchanges website on:

A clear example of the relevant networking initiative and direct link between the Xploit project and the Observatory, is the following paper written by Peter Kearns, the director of Global Learning Services in Australia.
Building inclusive and sustainable Learning Cities.

Other relevant examples from Australia, strongly recommended by the Xploit coordinator. You will see some words about the document when clicking on the icon:

Achieving Australia report

Technology and disengagement

Case. The Hume Learning Community

The following document was used in our dialogues with our Australian colleagues from the Pascal Obervatory in Denmark in July on the global state of the art of learning communities and cities.




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