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eQNet Partners Face-to-Face Meeting Minutes
Lisbon, Portugal - 8 May 2012
ParticipantsHans De Four (Klascement) Peter Karlberg (Skolverket) Christina Szekely (Skolverket) Lisbeth Gregersen (Centre for ICT) Eugenijus Kurilovas (ITC) Antonella Turchi (exIndire) Elena Shulman (EUN) Astrid Leeb (BMUKK) Fernando Campos (DGIDC) Jose Moura Carvalho (DGE) Barbora Grecnerova (DZS) Daniel Tochacek (DZS) Robert Ondrejkovic (SK)
16 April, 2012 eQNet Partners Meeting
Recording of the meeting is available here: http://fm.ea-tel.eu/fm/b6ced5-29753
Elena Shulman (EUN) Bernhard R. (Austria) Fernando Campos (Portugal) Antonella Turchi (Italy) Barbora Grecnerova (DZS Czech Republic) Natalija (Lithuania) Alma T. (Sweden) Lisbeth G. (Norway) Jim A. (EUN) Daniel T. (Czech Republic)
--Partners also discussed the agenda for the face-to-face meeting on May 8th. --Some of the items to be discussed will be the final deliverables and possible future dissemination/exploitation activities. Elena distributed a draft agenda for this meeting on April 24, 2012 -- Jim A. suggested as dissemination activity that EUN create a webinar perhaps as part of the IMS Global webinar series. Elena will investigate the possibilities. -- Other possibilities proposed by Fernando is to produce a short video explaining the criteria and including teacher videos. Elena suggested discussing this idea further at the face to face
eQNet partners meeting 27 February, 2012.
A recording of the meeting is available here: http://fm.ea-tel.eu/fm/c33ab3-28786
Alma Taawo (Skolverket) Peter Brimioul (EUN) Jim Ayers (EUN) Elena Shulman (EUN) Fernando Campos (DGIDC) Daniel Tochacek (DZS) Barbora Grecnerova (DZS) Karl Lehner (BM:UKK)
eQNet Project Partner Meeting January 16, 2012
Elena Shulman (EUN) Fernando Campos (DGIDC) Daniel Tochacek (DZS) Barbora Grecnerova (DZS) Bernhard Racz (BM:UKK) Karl Lehner (BM:UKK) Lisbeth Gregersen (Senter for IKT)
eQNet Partner Meeting Notes , 21 November, 2011
Silvia Panzavolta (exIndire) Elena Shulman (EUN) Bernhard Racz (BMUKK) Fernando Campos (DGIDC) Barbora Grecnerova (DZS) Daniel Tochacek (DZS) Karl Lehrer (BMUKK) Peter Brimioul (KlasCement)
In a follow up email after the meeting: Jim A. suggested:
a. Maybe we could ask them to look at some examples of TW resources along with an explanation of which of the criteria has led to them being selected and then ask them to rank whether they agree with this being a TW resource? OR, see 'd' below.
b. It would also be good if they could rank the specific criteria in terms what they see as their order of importance. And whether there are other criteria that they think should be included.
c. For publishers: It might be good to know whether they can see themselves applying the criteria to their own content. If not, why? Because: the process would be too time consuming; they have no one who could do this etc? Would they be prepared to submit their resources for review after the end of the project: if we offered a TW quality check as a free LRE service; or if there is a small charge to have their resources reviewed by teachers?
d. It may be very difficult to motivate people to fill in a questionnaire. Would it be an idea to first offer (as a free service) to review x number of resources from their collection and then ask them to complete a short questionnaire once we have given them the results? This way there is some added value for them before we ask them to do anything.
Participants in the meeting were interested in 1st option for creating a translation. Elena suggested that EUN can translate from Portuguese to English to make it easier for the other partners to then translate into their own languages. The EUN project support team recommends that Elena speak with the Project Officer to receive permission for subcontracting given the special circumstances of translating this tutorial. Elena will contact the Project Officer and report back ASAP.
Proposal for translating tutorial: The content is owned by DGIDC but the source code is copyright of the company so we asked for a proposal with several options. Please find the translation below. Option 1 – Translation for each independent language That means a new swf file for each language. The translation has to be made by the partner. Cost – 275 Euros Option 2 – Adapt the flash for additional Languages, including a flag of the language in question. That means : Navigation by language in the actual flash Creation of a new file by language; Delivery of swf files to a new publication site; Cost 450 euros Option 3 – Turning it into a multilingual product Development in order to support additional languages in the same flash including Portuguese and one additional language.
Cost – 800 euros The cost doesn’t include Writing the texts Translation to foreign languages Buying additional types of letter (if necessary) VAT to be added Payment 100% - 30 days after delivery The proposal is valid for 30 days starting 17.11.2011
A recording of the meeting is available: Meeting: http://fm.ea-tel.eu/fm/887303-27910
eQNet Face-to-Face Meeting Minutes – October 12, 2011 – EUN Offices
ParticipantsPeter Karlberg (Skolverket) Jim Ayre (EUN) Eugenijus Kurilovas (ITC) Silvia Panzavolta (exIndire) Elena Shulman (EUN) Bernhard Racz (BMUKK) Reinhold Hawle (BMUKK) Fernando Campos (DGIDC) Barbora Grecnerova (DZS) Jan Sperl (DZS) Peter Brimioul (Klascement) Viera Blahova (SK) Lisbeth Gregersen (Centre for ICT)
Partner ConfCall meeting Notes September 26, 2011
Eugenijus Kurilovas (ITC) Silvia Panzavolta (exIndire) Elena Shulman (EUN) Bernhard Racz (BMUKK) Fernando Campos (DGIDC) Barbora Grecnerova (DZS) Jim Ayre (EUN) Peter Brimioul (Klascement) Viera Blahova (SK) Lisbeth Gregersen (Centre for ICT) Alma Taawo (Skolverket)
1. Discussion of current task progress (All)
Elena asked all partners to report on whether there have been any changes to the number of teachers that are working on current task. Partners reported no change in numbers. Partners agreed that now extensions will be made for the current due date of evaluation activity so that there is time to evaluate the data before the meeting of October 12, 2011
IMPORTANT: Evaluations of resources from providers not assigned to your teachers should not be counted toward their goal on this task. Please check that all teachers have evaluated the assigned content providers.
2. Report on progress on questionnaire of non-expert teachers.
Silvia reported that the work is progressing on the questionnaire that is due on October 15.
3. Report on progress of copyright/IPR initiative to create a collection in the LRE on this subject Elena demonstrated how some of the partners recommendations for resources on copyright were now in the LRE and asked partners to send more resources for inclusion.
Elena asked partners to post questions to the LRE Community forum on copyright and IPR issues. The questions will be forwarded to copyright experts invited to present lectures and workshop at EUN with the support of eQNet. Several partners have already posted questions on the forum.
NOTE: EVENT PLANNED FOR OCTOBER AT EUN ON COPYRIGHT IS BEING RESCHEDULED FOR NOVEMBER (tbd but most likely November 7 or 8th) SO THAT MORE STAKEHOLDERS FROM OUTSIDE EUN CAN PARTICIPATE
4. Report on new TW collections now in the LRE based on teacher recommendations Elena demonstrated to partners some of the new collections now in the LRE and how to find them. Lisbeth G. noted that some of the collections she recommended were now in the LRE.
5. Questions to resolve (potentially at face to face meeting) now that we can see how applying criteria is working in the LRE Elena asked partners to prepare for discussion at face to face to work on issues we have emerging during the current task. Possible questions to discuss on October 12, 2011 will be:
6. Discussed agenda for face to face meeting in Brussels on October 12, 2011. A draft agenda was circulated prior to conf call. No changes to agenda were requested by partners.
7. Update on plan for Educational Publishing Futures event Jim reports that there will be a meeting with publishers on 6 October to see what sort of synergies can be developed with them and to discuss whether EUN should have another large Educational Publishing Futures' seminar in February/March 2012 along the same lines as this years' event. Other options to be explored include a series of smaller workshops.
Elena asked all partners to consider the kind of role they would like to take in the event and what they would like to see addressed. The event will likely focus on issues of content quality which eQNet will be able to directly address.
Partner ConfCall meeting Notes August 22, 2011
Meeting recording: http://fm.ea-tel.eu/fm/ad31a1-26736
Silvia Panzavolta (exIndire) Elena Shulman (EUN) Bernhard Racz (BMUKK) Fernando Campos (DGIDC) Barbora Grecnerova (DZS) Jim Ayre (EUN) Peter Brimioul (Klascement) Viera Blahova (SK) Daniel Tochasek (DZS) Karl Lehner (BMUKK) Alma Taawo (Skolverket)
Discussion:Report on current teacher task - Elena Elena reported that activities have been very low on the current task but expects things to pick up once the school year resumes for most partners in the coming month. Elena asks all partners to check with their teachers whether they have completed the first task due earlier this summer (not all have done this on the LRE Community forum) and to encourage them to begin the second task so that the LRE can start generating data on which resources have been tagged as travel well and which have been evaluated by teachers as not having travel well potential. This data will then be made available to LRE-subcommittee members in time for the next LRE subcommittee meeting (October 2011) who are also content providers for the LRE.
Meanwhile, the LRE team has been evaluating the collections recommended by eQNet teachers during the first task in this phase. New collections have already been added to the LRE and more are on the way. Some examples of new collections include: Animfyzika http://lreforschools.eun.org/web/guest/animfyzika demonstrating the physics behind common machines; the Wolfram Demonstrations Project: http://lreforschools.eun.org/web/guest/wolfram; games and simulations based on Nobel Prize-awarded achievements:: http://lreforschools.eun.org/web/guest/nobel and Geogebra http://lreforschools.eun.org/web/guest/geogebra
Discussion of next face-to-face meeting: Elena suggested that it would be most effective to have the meeting in Brussels during the same week as the next LRE-subcommittee members meeting since some of the personnel overlap. The exact day of the meeting is still to be confirmed but the provisional date is October 12, 2011 for the eQNet meeting to be held in Brussels. Elena will report back as soon as there is confirmation so that partners can make arrangements.
Report on work in progress developing questionnaire to be distributed to colleagues by eQNet teachers. Silvia P. has reported that together with EUN we have created instructions for teachers and the questionnaire to be facilitated by the teachers with one volunteer colleague. The questionnaire is intended to gain feedback on TW criteria from teachers who are not highly advanced in their use of ITC in the classroom. Silvia is waiting for feedback from partners on the instructions and questionnaire before proceeding to distribute to eQNet teachers. This activity will take place in September/October and require approximately 30 minutes from eQNet teachers.
Discussion of initiative to better inform teachers about IPR and copyright issues in the e-learning domain: Elena presented some ideas for providing teachers with tutorials on the question of copyright and creative commons. During the last meeting of the partners, DGIDC offered a resource in Portuguese as a possible example of how this can be done. Some of the partners expressed an interest in translating this resource. Subsequent discussions of how to proceed with this initiative have led to another proposal of creating an LRE page where resources produced by ministries and third parties on IPR, copyright and creative commons issues can be made discoverable. The LRE will create this dedicated page and we can begin including the resources indicated as useful by eQNet partners. Resources found particularly useful can be translated into other languages if necessary by eQNet partners and urls pointing to those translated versions will be included in the LRE as well. All partners have were allocated 400 euros for translations under 'other operation costs' so that these funds can be used for translation of this material if necessary.
As part of eQNet activities related to IPR issues, EUN in conjunction with eQNet will host an event with presentations on copyrights and legislation in the European context in relation to educators on October 4, 2011. The presentations will be recorded and made available as a webcast for anyone to view. The recording will become a learning resource for professional development in its own right and will be discoverable on the LRE page dedicated to the subject of copyrights.
Discussion of plans for eQNet's participation in the Educational Future's Publishing Event in early 2012. Jim Ayre described ongoing plans for the event and discussions with publishers on how they will participate. A meeting with publishers is planned for October 2011 where their role in the event will be discussed. At that time EUN can set a date for the event.
NEXT MEETING: A meeting booking has been made for 26-Sep-11 at 14:00 (GMT +0100) and lasting 119 minutes: http://fm.ea-tel.eu/fm/a46d2b-27030
Partner ConfCall meeting Notes July 11, 2011
Meeting recording: http://fm.ea-tel.eu/fm/8e4b41-26266
Silvia Panzavolta (exIndire) Elena Shulman (EUN) Bernhard Racz (BMUKK) Fernando Campos (DGIDC) Barbora Grecnerova (DZS) Alma Taawo (Skolverket) Jim Ayre (EUN)
Report on progress of current eQNet task by teachers using the LRE Teacher Community Platform (Elena) - Task one of Phase II is now complete. EUN is looking at ways to include collections recommended by teachers into the LRE portal. Several collections are already in the portal based on teacher recommendations during this task. Automating the process of adding TW collections is helping the project stay on track in terms of target numbers of identifying 3500+ TW resources. Currently, there are 1701 resources in the LRE that have been identified as TW by eQNet teachers.
Report on eQNet workshop at the eTwinning workshop in Vilnius in June and other presentations of eQNet criteria (Elena/Silvia). Silvia reported on a successful workshop with more than 50 teachers completing questionnaires on TW criteria. This group of teachers considered technical features of a learning object to be the most important TW criteria. Fernando raised the issue of whether we need to also broaden the potential participants in such surveys to teachers that are less familiar with digital learning objects than the teachers at the eTwinning event and to include the opinions of other kinds of stakeholders such as publishers. Two suggestions were put forward: 1. Ask eQNet teachers to recruit colleagues that were not advanced online tool users to review the TW criteria and provide their feedback in an online questionnaire. Silvia and Elena will discuss how to create and distribute this questionnaire. 2. Disseminate information about TW criteria and elicit feedback from different stakeholder by engaging educational publishers using the publishers newsletters. Jim Ayer and Elena will work on a short article to be placed in publishers newsletter describing the work of the eQNet project and soliciting publishers feedback on the criteria. Both activities listed above will be implemented in early October.
Report on recent LRE feature enhancements, translations are in progress, new collections - there are 5 new collections, voting feature, etc. (Elena) Elena reported that the LRE portal will be translated into the languages of the LRE-subcommittee by early August.
Planning and timeline for next task on evaluating resources in the LRE for their travel well qualities (or lack of TW qualities) Elena explained the next task for Phase II and asked partners to review the instructions for teachers she will distribute by July 20, 2011. Teachers will review resources in the LRE beginning with three providers assigned to each partner. The number of resources reviewed in this task will equal the number still left to do for the second year of the project (this number varies by partner). Partners will also take into account the amount of time teachers spent on task one (identifying 2 collections of TW) and give teachers appropriate credit for time spent. The next task will begin on July 20 and continue until October 1, 2011.
Discussion of eQNet future events and activities (All)
Discussion of potential event to help teachers better understand IPR and copyright issues when it comes to digital resources. Elena proposed a webinar on the subject that teachers could access from the eQNet site. EUN is also organizing a workshop on IPR and Copyright in October and Elena suggested that this event could also be co-sponsored by eQNet and made accessible to eQNet partners who are able to attend and/or as a webcast (also as a recording available for later viewing). A lively discussion followed on the need for information and training for teachers on this subject. Fernando shared with the group an online tutorial on the subject of Creative Commons licenses created by DGIDC. http://www.seguranet.pt/creativecommons/
The question was raised whether eQNet partners would be able to pay for translation of this material into the partner languages. Elena asked all partners to check their translation budgets to see if this can be accomplished.
Second discussion of future events focused on the location and date for the next face-face meeting. Elena proposed that the meeting be held in October in Brussels hosted by EUN. The exact date is still to be determined. Several of the partners indicated an interest in hosting the next meeting: DGIDC could potentially host, Skolverket could potentially host, and DZS expressed an interest in hosting the next face to face meeting. No decision was taken on this issue. The meeting date and place will be on the agenda for the next conf call scheduled for August 22, 2011 (see details of booking below).
The following booking has been made. These details have also been emailed to you: Date: Mon, 22 Aug 2011 14:00:00 +0100 Duration: 119 minutes Number of People: 9
This meeting will be recorded
Partner ConfCall meeting Notes, May 30, 2011
Attending: Silvia Panzavolta (exIndire) Elena Shulman (EUN) Fernando Campos (DGIDC) Bernhard Racz (BMUKK) Viera Blahová (MS SR) Barbora Grecnerova (DZS) Jim Ayre (EUN) Meeting recording: http://flashmeeting.e2bn.net/fm/93b6ce-13198 Report on completion of tasks for May 2011 (Elena) As of May 30, 2011 only Lithuanian, Slovak, and Czeck teachers have been able to complete the tasks. Problems with access to the unilearning portal where the upload must take place have kept a number of teachers from completing. To accommodate those with access problems, the due date for the task has been extended on a case by case basis. (Access for all teachers reporting problems was restored by June 1st, 2011) and work has resumed in task completion. Discussion on how the next task will proceed (all) Jim Ayre – Suggesting that the next tasks focus on the content in the LRE which is now ready for use by eQNet teachers rather than only finding resources outside of the LRE. The feedback from eQNet teacher on the potential of their content to travel well will be reported to the content providers and used to improve the overall quality of content. Discussion follows – participants support the initiative to apply travel well criteria to existing LRE in the next task and to also continue identifying resources that meet TW criteria for inclusion in the LRE. Elena Shulman proposes two activities starting on June 14, 2011 through October 10, 2011. There will be 2 stages. Stage 1: Teachers Community Forum and New TW Collections: eQNet teachers will use the LRE teachers’ forum to identify collections that have at least 20 resources which meet travel well criteria. The guidelines and precise task steps will be circulated by Elena Shulman week of June 7, 2011. Teachers will no longer upload each resource by hand. Once collections are identified and reviewed by LRE team, they will be harvested by the LRE. The LRE team will determine which collection to ingest based on the technical difficulties of harvesting some of the collections or copyrights that will make them ineligible for the LRE. Proposed dates of activities for stage 1 are June 13, 2011 – July 15, 2011 to be confirmed. Each teacher will be asked to identify 2 collections with more than 20 resources in each. The url to the recommended collection will have to be accompanied with 5-6 sentences (min) written by the teacher explaining why this collection meets the TW criteria, which criteria are most appropriate for this collection and which criteria they found to be difficult to apply when searching for collections. Each teachers will be asked to comment on the collections identify by another teacher on the LRE teacher community forum. Stage 2: Evaluation of LRE content per provider – July 6, through October 10, 2011. Each teacher will be asked to evaluate current content in the LRE provider by provider. For each resource they examine (the number of resources they need to review TBD) they will indicate whether the resource has the potential to TW and/or meets the quality criteria developed in eQNet. They will be able to use the LRE to indicate whether a resource meets the criteria yes/no. If yes, they will be able to indicate which of the criteria applies to the resource making it TW. All instructions will be made available to teachers by July 1, 2011. Their criteria choices will be saved as tags in the LRE. They will work as registered users of the LRE and the work of teachers will thus be documented. Fernando Campos asked how partners can track work completed by teachers with this change of emphasis. Elena Shulman will work with any partner to help in adopting their work reporting to the new set of tasks. The group supported the modification of the emphasis to focus on the LRE after the tasks and functionalities were explained in greater detailed. Proposed changes to the criteria teachers will use to identify collections: Group discussion concluded that avoiding language learning resources is unnecessarily restrictive for future work. Teachers can identify these types of resources in the next task. They will still be asked to avoid images for consideration as travel well resources. Report on June workshop plans: Elena S. and Silvia P. reported on the plans for the upcoming eTwinning PDW - Web 2.0/eQNet workshop in Vilnius. Silvia is developing a questionnaire for teacher participants in the workshop to evaluate the effectiveness/applicability of the eQNet criteria. Four teachers from the eQNet project will be attending the workshop and will participate in the presentation and work of the event. eQNet partners will be asked to evaluate/comment on the proposed task guidelines (to be circulated week of June 6, 2011)
Next meeting of partners:
A meeting booking has been made for 11-Jul-11 at 14:00 (GMT +0100) and lasting 149 minutes.
to access the event: http://fm.ea-tel.eu/fm/8e4b41-26266__
Meeting May 14, 2011 between LRE technical team (David Massart, Elena Shulman, Quentin Temerie) and Klascement (Hans De Four and Thomas Corthals) Re: eQNet and LRE harvesting and social data
Discussion of solution to improve the metadata harvested for the LRE
Meeting between Elena S. and Silvia P. May 3, 2011
Topic: 90 minute workshop during the PDW of eTwinning
Independent evaluation of TW criteria and how well they are applied to resources
Teachers use Web 2.0 tools to carry out this work
Schedule and Content Outline
Introduction – 25 minutes
a. Why web 2.0 tools for teachers b. eQNet Project – Why cross border re-use c. Demo and sign in for LRE
Present examples of TW resources – 15 minutes
Present criteria used to create TW tag – 20 minutes - Use criteria and examples from wiki
Participants evaluate a TW tagged resource - 10 minutes
Participants complete questionnaire on criteria – 20 minutes – (Questionnaire to be developed by Silvia)
Response Cases for working with a TW resource in the LRE
a. Select 1 resource out of 20 provided and evaluate whether it is TW based on the criteria just presented
b. Use star rating system and comment system to capture their opinions on how well a resources tagged with TW in LRE meets the criteria presented by eQNET. Star rating scales – strongly disagree = 1 star, somewhat disagree = 2, hard to determine = 3 stars, agree = 4 stars, strongly agree = 5
c. In each case, participants also leave comments describing the reason for the rating.
NOTE: Subset of the preselected TW resources in the LRE will be ready to show to participants
TO BE DETERMINED: Teachers to facilitate the workshop
Elena will create a google doc with plan
Meeting with Elena S. and Riina V. April 28 2011
OpenID procedures are currently being redesigned based on user feedback. In the meantime, we ask all partners to login using the current OpenID system.
The LRE portal can host the teachers forum.
Elena will meet with Silvia P. on May 3rd to begin planning workshop in June, 2011
Next partners meeting: May 30th:
A booking has been made for 30-May-11 at 13:50 (GMT +0100) and lasting 149 minutes.
Go to the following address for full details and to access the event: http://flashmeeting.e2bn.net/fm/93b6ce-13198
Next partner meeting agenda:
Meeting between LRE and Klascement requested for technical teams to insure that resources tagged with 'travel well' and other social data in unilearn will appear with social data in LRE via harvest.
The difference between the search results based on using the tag 'travel well' and the travel well subset on the eQNet project postcard: Searching by 'travel well' tag produces only records that have the 'travel well' tag. Browsing the Travel Well Carousel results in almost double the amount of resources because the carousel contains records with both 'travel well' and 'eqnet' tagged resources. The address on the eQnet postcard with a 'travel well' subset also points to resources that have both tags. This explains the discrepancy in the numbers for different searches.
NOTE: It is important for teachers to check in the LRE to see if the resources they find in other repositories are not already in the LRE before they upload them to unilearning. There is no need to register in the portal to conduct a search in the LRE so even if teachers are having problems registering, they should still do a search of the LRE portal to make sure we are not building up duplicate records.
You can access the recording of the last meeting by following this link: http://fm.ea-tel.eu/fm/faa26c-28016
eQNet Partners face-to-face meeting in Florence, Italy 11-12 April, 2011
Peter Karlberg (Skolverket) Jim Ayre (EUN) Eugenijus Kurilovas (ITC) Silvia Panzavolta (exIndire) Elena Shulman (EUN) Bernhard Racz (BMUKK) Reinhold Hawle (BMUKK) Fernando Campos (DGIDC) Barbora Grecnerova (DZS) Daniel Tochacek (DZS) Peter Brimioul (Klascement) Viera Blahova (SK) Lisbeth Gregersen (Centre for ICT)
eQnet Critical self-assessment (Silvia Panzavolta and all partners):Analysis and discussion of the results of the questionnaire that were distributed to all project partners: Problems in communication between teachers in teachers‘ network were reported and very similar problem in case of project partners (national coordinators) Resolved : It is necessary to support the communication of teachers and select one more suitable environment for communication via internet (options: eQnet website, Klascement, e-mails, LRE portal) The same is necessary for national coordinators – It was agreed that all the partners will meet more frequent (except summer holiday about in one or two month(s) and before and after all new tasks) in virtual meetings (Flash meeting)
problem of „real“ teachers‘ community – there are no funds to support face-to-face meetings of the teachers in the network. Possibilities: send some teachers to eTwinning meeting in LT (using eTwinning funds) and ask teachers to discuss draft of TW criteria in virtual community discussion (on project website) Sometimes there were problems with understanding what and due dates for particular tasks (only in case of some partners, O.K. in other cases) Resolved : guidelines and instructions for partners and teachers must be clearer and easy to understand for everyone. National coordinators must explain all important in task to the teachers/members of (national) team and they have to help them in case of need Discussion about the environment(s), in which new tasks will take part in First Klascement will be used for the first new task and later for all other tasks new LRE will be used Specific plans for next task(s) : many details… e.g. for next task we will by not interested in images and digital learning resources for the support of foreign language lessons; teachers will be asked to identify used TW criteria (from the list provided to them by WP coordinator and all the partners/national coordinators) during their upload (on Klascement) or selection (on LRE) of TW resources
TW criteria (all partners)Discussion about deliverable D 3.3 and about the concept of TW and quality criteria with regard to similar concepts from various EUN and non-EUN projects aimed on digital learning resources: There are 3 target groups of TW criteria concept: stakeholders / policy makers authors of the content / developers teachers Question ? – it is useful to have only one same set of criteria for all 3 groups or it will be more useful to have more than one different set(s)? Specific modifications and changes in definitions and explanations of the various TW criteria in D 3.3 – pages. 6-7 were discussed: trans-national topics must be inserted to the list of criteria these criteria all the partners wants to have in the set of TW criteria: TW quality: