Between the two editorial speeches, the participants have had a visit and explanations about the Pôle d’excellence Plaine Image/Imaginarium: the industrial recovery can use the image and thus the book as media; the example which took form in the Urban Community of Lille has been clearly illustrated by Mr Laurent TRICART, responsible for the staff Plaine Images/Imaginarium.

Brigitte GADOULEAU and Philippe CHARRIER in their turn have emphasized the emergence of the Seegmuller Pole, a place of the digital technology for all in Strasburg. The opening is planned from autumn 2013 to autumn 2014.

The digital edition of the History of European literature thus takes advantage of crossed opportunities and of the emergence of realizations financed by the large European metropolises (Lille and Strasburg).

What about the political will of the French government and the European Community implication?

Marc Bubert, Classics teacher in the French Secondary School of Luxemburg brings an answer to the first question: an invitation to tender is sent by the Ministry of Education. This bid allows:

- the territorial authorities

- the authorities depending on the Ministry of State Education

- public and private partners

- firms

to answer before mid September to a bid aiming at encouraging digital creation and impacting the school public from infant school to the PhD of University Education, on any media.


Through this means, it is clear that the enriched numerical edition of the European Literature History finds a financing opportunity in France.

A specific approach in the U.K is not excluded neither particular approaches with territorial communities or a generic file with the European Union.

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