TERENA supports the development of research and education networking services and infrastructure in various regions in and around Europe to bridge the "Digital Divide".
The TERENA Compendium of National Research and Education Networks in Europe is the first stop when looking for basic information about NRENs. Published since 2001, the Compendium provides unique information about the development of NRENs in key areas such as legal form, users, network, traffic and budget and staffing. The 2005-2008 editions were part of the GN2 project, providing basic analysis of developments over time and comparisons between groups of NRENs. From 2009, production of the Compendium is supported by the GN3 project.
TERENA is involved in organising a number of training events, both under the GÉANT project and under its own auspices on demand from the community. These training courses include (but are not limited to) TRANSITS CSIRT Training, federated access training, network monitoring and eduroam administration training.