A list of the project's public outcomes will be available soon.
This desktop research is aimed at identifying how projects integrate social media to valorise project dissemination and communication activities and what kinds of social media applications are actually used in LLP projects. It is based on the analysis of randomly selected 150 LLP projects started in 2010. It provides a first step towards establishment of a state-of-the art regarding practices developed in LLP projects and associated needs for further development of skills and competences.
Song, J., Zourou, K. 2012. «How LLP projects use Internet and social media for communication purposes: a desktop research». In C. Stracke (Ed.) The future of Learning Innovations and Learning quality: how do they fit together? Proceedings of the LINQ conference Brussels, October 23, 2012, pp. 114-123.
The Web2LLP website will provide a mechanism whereby the consortium can announce project activities, promote the face-to-face and online versions of the course and provide a gateway to the online training course and help desk service. It will provide all relevant information on project activities and will include a series of good practice examples to stimulate interest and raise awareness about the activities of Web2LLP.