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The Interoperable Europe Academy (IOPEU Academy) is an educational initiative promoted by the European Commission. Its main objective is to boost public administrations' advanced digital skills in the interoperability field. To do so, it offers all online, self-paced Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). These courses are available to everyone interested in interoperability, but specially targeted to public servants engaged in digital transformation in order to support policy, service delivery and impact evaluation. Learn More


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Key information

Looking for a summary of information of the IOPEU Academy? Check out the IOPEU Academy’s leaflet!

Interoperability courses

Looking to start learning with the IOPEU Academy courses? Visit the IOPEU Academy Community Page!

News and events

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Recent Activity


Physical event

Interoperable Europe Academy 2024

Science and technology
Last update: 29/03/2024

Discover the available courses on the IOPEU Academy

eGovernmentCulture and education
Last update: 08/05/2023

Interoperable Europe Academy at ICEGOV22!

Virtual event

The European Drug Report: using an open data approach to improve data visualisation

Content and knowledge management
Virtual event

Exploring the potential of high-value datasets: connecting with real use cases

Content and knowledge management
Virtual event

Workshop ‘How to use open data for your research’

Content and knowledge management
Last update: 03/06/2024

An Introduction to BDTI

ToolsOpen Source Software+2 topics
Last update: 15/04/2024

Learn all about CAMSS with IOPEU Academy's new course!

Culture and education


IOPEU Academy resources are in two different platforms: Joinup, and the EU Academy.


  • Parallelly, the EU Academy hosts the Interoperable Europe Academy eLearning courses in the Community Page, gathering all online, self-paced courses, accessible 24/7, accompanied with live teaching sessions. To learn more about the courses available under the IOPEU Academy, you may access its community space or use the keyword interoperability in the search engine of the EU Academy! Currently, we have 22 online courses hosted in the EU Academy.


The Interoperable Europe Academy (IOPEU Academy) started in 2019, funded under ISA2 and is now a key element of the European Commission's Interoperable Europe initiative.


Key Achievements


Moreover, other key achievements of the IOPEU Academy until now are:




The future of the IOPEU Academy



For 2023 and onwards, the main objective of the IOPEU Academy will be reusability, aiming to expand the reach by creating content that can be used as much as possible. This will involve sharing instructions for the reuse and creation of learning materials as well as providing support to users. In addition, the IOPEU Academy curriculum will be developed based on the latest trends and needs of digital skills training in the public sector. The IOPEU Academy aims to produce in the following years more quality oriented courses.



Additionally, the IOPEU Academy will be focusing from 2023 onwards on community creation and user engagement. An action on this topic will be setting-up an Academic/Event Calendar for 2023 in the EU Academy hosted space, publishing more eLearning content including courses, events, lecture series, seasonal schools. Further, to increase the community around advanced digital skills & encouraging exchange, multilingualism will be key, with the objective to have IOPEU Academy courses translated into all the languages of the EU.


The Roadmap of Interoperable Europe Academy!




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Social Media

You can also stay tuned for updates on Twitter and LinkedIn for general information about interoperability. Also, you may stay updated in twitter through @Joinup_eu or Joinup’s webpage, where we tend to share any new content published under the Digital Skills in the Public Sector collection and IOPEU Academy solution.