NB These materials are offered 'as is' with no guarantee of currency.
HORIZON 2020: an introduction to the European Union's plans for research and innovation funding (2014 to 2020), by Paul Clarke.
EIA newsletter 'In touch with EU':
Issue 1, September 2010
Issue 2, October 2010
Issue 3, November 2010
Issue 4, December 2010
Issue 5, January 2011
Issue 6, February 2011
Issue 7, March 2011
Issue 8, April 2011
Issue 9, May 2011
Issue 10, June 2011
Issue 11, July 2011
Issue 12, September 2011
Issue 13, October 2011
Issue 14, November 2011
Issue 15, December 2011
Issue 16, January 2012
Issue 17, February 2012
Issue 18, March-April 2012
Issue 19, May 2012
Issue 20, June 2012
Issue 21, July-August 2012
Issue 22, September 2012
2011 annual meeting: listen to speakers and (in some cases) view their presentations:
Keynote presentation: What’s new in the EU?, Alex Warleigh-Lack, Brunel University audio (34 mins) and PowerPoint
Developments in EU information, Ian Thomson, EIA President audio (58 mins) and PowerPoint
Common Access to EU information, Peter Schmitz, Publications Office audio (32 mins) and PowerPoint
EUR-Lex, Michael Duero, EUR-Lex audio (33 mins)
EurActiv, Julian Oliver, EurActiv audio (20 mins) and PowerPoint
NB audio files have been roughly edited, usually to remove material at the start/finish of presentations; some loss of quality is obvious in places and is due to a speaker's position in relation to the digital voice recorder.
How To series: a compendium of guides on How To ...
1 - use the Official Journal
2 - find a Directive
3 - trace COM documents
4 - trace EC case law
5 - trace national implementing measures
6 - access and use the institutions registers
7 - find out about EU funding
8 - find out about the ERDF and ESF in the UK
9 - find out about EU contracts & tenders
10 - trace EU statistics
11 - research the EU (a guide for students)
12 - keep up-to-date with the EU.
European information: a guide to official sources: with 102 pages and some 1350 live links, this pdf-only publication is a practical guide for anyone who needs to find official information about the European institutions and their activities.
Coverage includes: the European institutions; Commission DG publications and websites; EU agencies; justice and home affairs; common foreign and security policy; treaties and agreements; the EU legislative process; the EU legal system; official publications; databases, websites and portals.
Fourth edition; written by Patrick Overy, EDC Librarian and Academic Support Consultant for Business and Law, University of Exeter; this edition revised by Eric Davies (now www.eurojargon.eu).