Based on the results of the project dissemination activities, experts’ monitoring and focus group discussions as well as the mass use of the online courses in European Studies a list of potential universities who would be interested in teaching the new courses and modules was compiled. It comprises HEIs in India, China and in other […]
The report on evaluating the usability and effectiveness of the EURASIA online courses in European Studies is based on applying a pre-study and a post-study questionnaire, focus group discussions and Q-methodology. A publication in a reputable journal dealing with online educational solutions is pending.
The technical and final project reports were submitted on time complying with the EACEA (currently European Education and Culture Executive Agency) regulations.
Five Project Management Committee meetings were held during the project life – during the Kick-off meeting in May 2018 in Sofia, Bulgaria, during Consortium meeting 1 in November 2018, in Catania, Italy, during Consortium meeting 2 in November 2019 in New Delhi, India, in April 2020 online (in place of the planned project meeting in […]
The aim of these reports is to provide information, practical guidance, advice and signposts of the state-of-the-art and the potential for wider stakeholder engagement in the project implementation. It provides the basis for making it more effective and beneficial for the partner organisations and their stakeholders in attaining the project general and specific objectives. Three […]
Seven quarterly meetings were held – in July 2018, September 2018, March 2019, September 2019, July 2020, September 2020 and March 2021. These meetings were devoted to discussing current project tasks and activities and to planning forthcoming ones. They were documented with quarterly meetings minutes.
The project archive is kept on paper and in an electronic form. In addition, the internal space integrated in the project website provides a secure environment for partners to exchange and store the documents accompanying their work under the project.
Rules on technical and financial project archive were established early in the project and partner-country administrative staff were given focused training in keeping to them. support a guidance in this respect were also provided throughout the project life.