A report covering the opening event activities and results, which will be organised by CUT, drawing on ‘UnConference’ principles (such as big questions and contemporary topics, facilitated discussions rather than presentations, open sessions rather than expert PowerPoints, outcome-driven agenda) with sessions designed to identify and prioritise issues, situations and challenges to be resolved within each of the six Thematic Areas (TA).
A report covering the design, development, implementation and the functiong of the platform (including also the first results about the acceptance of the platfrom from the VM Community).
A report covering the results of the two (2)-day long international conference, which will be organised by all the ViMM-beneficiaries and Chaired by CUT to discuss the draft ViMM Manifesto.
The schedule for delivery by partners in each Thematic Area of candidate case study and excellence representations.
A Pan-European Action Plan and Roadmap for VM in the following 5-year period, suitable for promotion in the context of the European Year of Culture 2018, will be presented.
A summary report covering all the achievements and Impact of the ViMM Project.
A detail report about the use and acceptance of the platform from the stakeholders and other groups of users. The first report will be due at the end of the first year (12th month).
The second annual monitoring and evaluation report on ViMM platform use.
A report about the work gathered by CUT (Cyprus), FORTH (Crete) and UPF (Catalunya) together with administrative authorities and other key stakeholders in their region or locality to define key sectors where CH/VM have strong potential to impact economic growth and produce social benefits, to identify the ‘institutional landscape’ and to activate the interest of important stakeholders.
A report descriping the purpose and structure of ViMM's Working Groups. The list of Terms of reference will illustrate how the groups will be defined, developed, and verified. They should also provide a documented basis for making future decisions and for confirming or developing a common understanding of the scope among the VM stakeholders. In order to meet these criteria, success factors/risks and constraints are fundamental and will be taken into account.
A report describing the results of Tasks 6.2, 6.3 and 6.3: Task 6.2: Drawing on the findings from the Thematic Areas and the identified representations of excellence, the community of interest created in Task 6.1 will agree a common template and indicators for studies to define a decision-making process based on existing and future prognoses of economic and social benefit and the managerial approaches required to integrate technology, museology, social and economic factors. Task 6.3 The participating stakeholders in each of the participating regions will provide the necessary background information data to construct realistic studies. Task 6.4 UPF will lead a distributed process of drafting and will draw on the advice of identified peer reviewers from within the wider ViMM community.
The workshop results will be compiled and edited to form the draft ‘Manifesto’ for ViMM, based on the findings of the Working Groups and drawn together by the group of TA Lead partners.
A report covering the plan. the work and actions for each Thematic Area (TA).
A report about the seven Thematic Areas Working Groups (as a result of Task 3.4).
The third and last deliverable will give an overview of the excellence representations per Thematica Area, which will be adapted every year. The total number per year will be 21 and throughout the Action in total 53. The third report will be due at the end of the project (M30).
The first deliverable will give an overview of the excellence representations per Thematica Area, which will be adapted every year. The total number per year will be 21 and throughout the Action in total 53. The first report will be due at the end of the first year (M12).
The second deliverable will give an overview of the excellence representations per Thematica Area, which will be adapted every year. The total number per year will be 21 and throughout the Action in total 53. The second report will be due at the end of the second year (M24).
A report about the results of the consensus-building workshops for each Thematic Area. In these events key stakeholders will be invited to make proposals for widespread adoption or implementation among the VM community.
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