MERMIG is a powerful, Web based collaboration platform which serves as a common working space for modern organisations. MERMIG was carefully designed to allow a community of users produce share and disseminate information, archive documents, organise interaction and meetings, structure business processes, etc. All is needed is an internet connection, a username and a password.
Your Better Life Index is designed to let you visualise and compare some of the key factors – like education, housing, environment, and so on – that contribute to well-being in OECD countries. It’s an interactive tool that allows you to see how countries perform according to the importance you give to each of 11 topics that make for a better life.
This specification is intended to cover the representation of several kinds of information, centred around individuals, who collect, create, reflect on and use their own information for learning, development, self-presentation, or related purposes. The information is typically authored, or collected, by the individuals themselves, and may cover: what they have done, made, achieved, written, or are proud of; what or who helps or has helped them; what they aspire to; what they are good at; evidence for and reflections on any of these; and perhaps input from other people.
The MATURE Integrating Project is based on the concept of knowledge maturing (KM): goal-oriented learning on a collective level. The project investigates how KM takes place within and across organisations, what barriers are encountered and how socio-technical solutions overcome those barriers.
Panopto allows recordings of presentations to be captured with minimal effort from the users' perspective and relay those recordings automatically to a given audience.
Pas a Pas is an interactive educational tool for schools that enables children to learn and experiment with different sets of elements using animation. It aims to use the physicality and the animated outcome of stop motion animation to bridge the gap between abstract concepts from maths, physics or arts (usually represented by graphs, equations or words) and reality.
The aim of the WoLLNET Project is to research, trial and develop a web-based, user-friendly Toolkit to enable employers, providers and unions to evaluate the impact of workplace basic skills training programmes on learning, and individual and organisational performance.
By basic skills we mean reading, writing, speaking, listening and basic mathematics skills at a level necessary to function and progress at work.
In particular there will be a focus on evaluating the impact of workplace basic skills training programmes in terms of accident reduction, improved customer satisfaction, retention of employees, improved internal communications, reduced absenteeism, improved health and safety, reduced wastage and the positive impact on meeting other key organisational objectives. Consideration will also be given to measuring the Return on Investment in workplace basic skills training.
Click on the links below to view the products of the WoLLNET project:
- a Research Report (PDF) containing a survey of relevant training impact evaluation methodologies and an analysis of consultations with stakeholders across project partner countries
- a web-based Toolkit to identify the impact of workplace training: www.evaluationtoolkit.com (Please note that you will need to have a username and password to enter the site)
- two additional commercial web-based Toolkits www.TrainingCheck.com and www.TrainingEvaluationPro.com
- the Report on Evidence of the Business Benefits of Workplace Basic Skills Training gained from trialling of the Toolkit
- the WoLLNET Dissemination and Exploitation Action Plan
- the Final Project Evaluation Report
- the Final Project Report delivered to the EACEA
Extracted from WoLLNET