Conference/Workshop on Technology Enhanced Learning (Day I) and Cultural Studies (Day II) held at Jadavpur University, May 6-7, 2014. On 6-7 May, 2014, a two-day Workshop was held at the School of Education Technology, Jadavpur University Kolkata, which hosts the central communication unit of the EQUAL Project. JU also leads in one academic focus area. The first day’s deliberations were devoted to Technology Enabled Teaching and Learning. Professor Samar Bhattacharya, Head, Department of Electrical Engineering and an acknowledged authority on this area, explained the modalities of online courses and demonstrated virtual labs and classrooms developed at the School of Education Technology under his leadership. On the second day the focus shifted to courses within the general field of Cultural Studies in which Jadavpur will take the lead. Professor Supriya Chaudhuri, Faculty Coordinator, EQUAL Project, explained the need for tech-assisted intervention in the field of higher education in India. Professor Amlan Das Gupta (Director, School of Cultural Texts and Records), and Professor Moinak Biswas (Head, Department of Film Studies), presented outlines of model courses in the fields of (a) Digital Cultures and (b) Cinema Studies. The two-day workshop was attended by delegates from all partner institutions in India, who also made presentations, and was joined through video-link by partners from the European universities. The workshop was attended by a representative of the Planning Commission of India, Ms Tanya Chowdhury, who made a presentation on existing online courses such as MOOCs (Massive Online Open Courses)offered by Harvard, MIT and Stanford. All the presentations were followed by a vibrant question-answer session among the participants.