A third virtual transnational AdUp meeting was successfully completed on the 22nd November, 2021, with all partners attending.
During the meeting the project progress was evaluated and future steps were planned and decided.
UNIMC apprised on the submitted interim report to the National Agency and assured to inform partners about the second installment of payment once they receive the feedback about the financial report. UNIMC stressed the importance for all partners to reach the 70% at their earliest convenience so that they are able to receive the instalment payment. It was highlighted that the next financial report will cover the period between 01/10/2020 – 30/04/2022 and that each partner must again complete the timesheets, template and checklist, as usual.
PROMEA provided an overview of what has been done over the last six months and presented the future tasks, roles, and responsibilities of the AdUp partnership. It was emphasized that all O1 and O2-T1 activities have been completed, the development of training & assessment materials 02-T2 is in progress (first draft sent to partners). The tasks for M13 – M18 were specified to all partners.
As the debate developed on the use of the budget of transnational meetings (virtual instead of physical), VHS CHAM suggested that it would be better to wait and see how the situation develops with COVID-19 and decide whether we wish to travel or use the travel costs via other budget categories.
APRC presented the O2 – T2: Development of the course curriculum, methods and learning experience overall structure of the Units and concentrated on the assessment materials of Unit 1. All units have been completed and the first draft of the report has been sent to all partners. All partners were asked to provide APRC with feedback and APRC will finalize the report.
PROMEA presented information on the O3-T1: preparation for the delivery of the AdUp MOOC. It was based on the research that PROMEA conducted. After comparing a number of different platforms OpenLearning as the optimal platform for hosting the AdUp MOOC was suggested. Continuing the PROMEA representative showed examples of past E+ projects which have been uploaded on the OpenLearning. All attendees agreed with PROMEA’s choice, and decided to proceed with OpenLearning.
VAEV commenced a discussion on materials the partners wish to see included in the MOOC. Further on, all partners discussed dissemination and upcoming multiplier events.