The ativities of St George's University of London (SGUL) team will be coordinated by Terry Poulton and Chara Balasubramaniam, who as Bioscientists, have over 16 years combined experience in e-learning for medicine and other healthcare discipline. Both Terry and Chara are involved in currently leading the eViP project, also co-funded by the eContentplus programme and have a good working understanding of it's aims, objectives and anticipated outcomes. Due to it's close relationship with MedBiquitous, in the form of MedBiquitous Europe, St George's would see it's main contribution to the mEducator project in standards adoption and implementation, IPR models for sharing medical digital content, repurposing and content enrichment, and dissemination and awareness. SGUL's E-learning Unit has a proven track record of managing, delivering, and realising the benfeits from a number of projects and due to it's relationship with MedBiquitous are suitably placed to ensure that current up-to-date standards are adhered to. SGUL will lead WP2 Content Preparation and Standards Implementation, as well as WP3 Content Enrichment, Re-purposing and Evolution.