Lifelong learning is the key concept of the European Union.
Starting from 1996 (Year of LifeLong Learning), the European Commission recommends "promoting access and participation in LifeLong Learning for all".
With the help for neglected groups such as people at the age over 50 comes Grundtvig Lifelong Learning Program.
The paper will be presented the project Grundtvig Partnership Lifelong Learning for Active Citizenship and Capacity Building.
The project involves 5 European institutions, all of them offer various forms of continuing education. Within two years of the project, each of them will realise min. 6 workshops/seminars for their audience. In the case of Poland the Seniors Club at Gdansk University of Technology will take part as a beneficiary group. Training materials will be developed with the participation of Postgraduate Studies students ("Using ICT in teaching vocational subjects, 2009-2011).
In the article several projects prepared by students will be presented (Gymnastics of the mind, My city Gdańsk, e-postcard for e-senior, etc.). It should be stressed that the traditional Face to Face workshops will be supported by e-learning solution.