Last 9th june the IPER consortium met in an online meeting to define the last details about the e-learning course to promote the EU cultural heritage using ICT exploiting the principles of accessible tourism! The info sessions will be conducted at national level and more than 30 pilot users from Spain (CCIS Madrid), Portugal (Blended Training Services), Hungary (Hollókő, az élő falu) and Italy (PREDIF; Camera di Commercio Italiana per il Portogallo;  The Chocolate Way Università dei Sapori) will test and evaluate the course during the next two weeks.