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It is widely recognized that modern European society needs adequate means for lifelong adapted access to facilities that support the creation, storage, use and exchange of formal and informal knowledge and learning resources. A key factor to achieve this is the adoption of Information and communication technologies and the work presented here reports on an approach involving the latest concepts of software engineering into lifelong learning solutions. The paper presents a reusable anddoi:10.1504/ijceell.2009.028830 fatcat:vajg6so4hzce3ps3wqnpgt7a4i