On 25th and 26th April 2019 the last expert meeting of the EOL project "Learning environments where modern languages flourish" took place with Kristin Brogan (Ireland), Jonas Erin, coordinator (France), Lea Stiberc (Slovenia) Silvia Minardi (Italy). The EOL project is an action research project of the ECML which is part of the four-year programme 2016-2019 entitled "Languages at the heart of learning". The project aims to respond to the needs expressed by the 33 member States, particularly with regard to the attractiveness and efficiency of language learning. By drawing on all the stakeholders in education – pupils, parents, teachers, management staff, inspectors, researchers – the expert team built on the collective intelligence of the EOL network which has led to a series of outputs, including an online training course and 52 tools to support language policies. More than one hundred schools from 16 European countries contributed to this reflection process. The work of the experts at this last meeting consisted mainly of defining how these tools can best be used in different contexts. The training course and tools will be accessible on the EOL site in autumn 2019.