This deliverable will include all dissemination, communication and standardisation activities that have been undertaken, during the first twelve (12) months of the project, and those still planned. The reference tasks are Task 8.1, Task 8.2 and Task 8.3.
This deliverable will be the initial version of the report on the progress and work of task 8.4.
This deliverable contains all the necessary information to support management of the project, with highlights on the procedures covering, the online collaboration for effective co-operation, project deliverables: production process, ensuring quality, how to store, how to review, monthly reporting of effort and progress and the mechanisms for working effectively. It will also contain the quality assurance and risk management plan. The reference tasks are Task 1.1, Task 1.2 and Task 1.3.
This deliverable will report the final version of the SPIDER’s ethical, privacy and legal requirements. The reference task is Task 2.2.
This deliverable will constitute the initial report on SPIDER’s ethical, privacy and legal requirements. The reference task is Task 2.2.
A coordinated dissemination and communication plan will be defined in D8.1 and maintained/updated throughout the project. This document will describe how SPIDER will establish and follow highly effective dissemination and communication activities to promote the project and will record how the results are being exploited. It will be written primarily as a guide for the project partners and for the key stakeholders of our intended dissemination and promotion activities and covers four main aspects: • The SPIDER dissemination and communication/promotion goals. • The SPIDER strategy: i.e., how the project will disseminate and promote project activities and work. • A plan of the specific promotional activities that will evolve in line with the progress of the project • A description of how the project can measure the effectiveness of its dissemination and communication The report will be updated through D8.2 and D8.3. The reference tasks are Task 8.1, Task 8.2 and Task 8.3.
The SPIDER website will be launched at the start of the project. The website will provide detailed information about the project objectives and activities. The website will have two sections: public and private. The public part will be open to the general public and will be viewable by anyone with access to Internet. The private part will be regularly updated to provide latest project activities and overall progress and will be accessible only to consortium members. The website will be maintained by the PM. The reference task is the Task 1.1.
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