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PPts and docs from WP4 workshop in Warsaw

5 years 4 weeks ago #88 by lauradavid
Dear partners,
I will upload all the documents that we presented during Friday workshop.
All of you are invited to consult the documents, to make comments and suggestions.
I wish you inspiration and energy!
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5 years 3 weeks ago #90 by Seife813
Hi, i got an email out of the technology-transfer network. they published a best practice compendium for technology transfer tactics. this might be a good literature to support the curriciulum -> see: ttt.criticalimpact.com/go.cfm?a=1&b=1180...67894e32daaaa057b7b8
yours, mike

by the way do we have any suggestions for the time after our project? it would be a great idea to keep on colaborating ;)
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5 years 3 weeks ago #91 by lauradavid
Dear partners,
I am happy to see some of you are already reflecting and working forward after our meeting. As maybe some of you seen, JJ is also in contact with the issues via email, so I'm thinking to give here some comments.
I think for D.4.2. it is important to have the outcomes in mind when starting the proposal of the content. Some sample of content are enough, and the idea to differentiate them upon the level (bachelor, master, PhD) might be useful.
I found very valuable the first draft of D.4.2., but I think we need to concentrate more on the courses and training materials and no to overlap with curriculum development that is part of WP5.
Miroslav presented us some very useful materials. Also, you will find in the attachments the proposal from Michael. The idea to use a kind of layered format for the manuals and training materials and also colored blocks that symbolized different content I consider to be useful.
Our focus is on the manual, but not from cover to cover, more like a puzzled, mixed materials that is adjustable on different levels of complexity.
The multidisciplinary approach is also central.
So, an introduction on the purpose of the manual, with learning outcomes as red leading tracks and with sample of content is something that I have in mind as a result of D.4.2.
Thanks everyone and let's exchange more opinions!

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