The ICT Proposers' Day is a unique networking opportunity to build partnerships and projects targetting the new Information and Communication Technologies Work Programme for 2013.
Networking for European ICT Research & Development
The event will provide:
- first-hand information from European Commission officials on the upcoming calls for proposals and the ICT Work Programme 2013, offering around 1.5 billion euro of EU funding
- an opportunity to present and discuss your project idea during one of the networking sessions
- an electronic platform for exchanging ideas and finding right partners to form project consortia
- a face2face brokerage event with pre-arranged meetings within the ICT Proposers' Day
- guidance on how to present a successful proposal
Who should attend?
Everyone who is interested in responding to calls for proposals for R&D projects in the field of Information and Communication Technologies. It is an exceptional occasion to meet potential partners from academia, research institutes, business and industry, SMEs and government actors from all over Europe. More than 2000 participants are expected to attend!
Selection Results for the Sub Programmes: Comenius, Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci (Development of Innovation), GrundtvigThe final list of proposals recommended for EU funding under the LLP sub programmes was adopted by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency.
The final list of proposals recommended for EU funding under the LLP sub programmes was adopted by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency.
The SEE Programme will open its last call allowing the submission of proposals in all the Priorities and Areas of Interventions (AoI). The 4th and last call for project proposals is foreseen to open in week 40 (between 3-7 October 2011) and to close in week 47 (between 21-25 November 2011) Under this call, applicants will be able to submit proposals under all the Programme Priorities and Areas of Intervention.
.The funds available for the 4th call for proposals will be of at least 43 Million Euro ERDF, more than 6 Million IPA and 1 Million ENPI. Additional funds might become available in case of savings from already approved projects. The ERDF allocation to each of the aforementioned 4 priorities is subject to an approval procedure by the European Commission. Additional information will be provided in due time on this web page.
Applicants are invited to start already at this stage the development of their project proposals.
In order to meet the requirements of the Programme and to gain an understanding of the expectations of the Programme the following documents shall be downloaded and read carefully:
- SEE 4th Call pre-announcement: summarizing the main elements of the call (projects' duration, funds available, etc.);
- SEE Programme Manual 4th Call (pre-announcement version 4.1): providing a detailed guidance on how to prepare the project proposal and the characteristics the proposals submitted under this call should have;
- SEE 4th Call Application Form: which is the reporting all the data that will have to be collected and submitted via the Programme web based monitoring system (IMIS) once the call will be officially open (beginning October 2011).
Further to the above mentioned, in order to steer and guide the project generation process towards achieving the Programme objectives the SEE management bodies, with the support of selected experts, prepared a "Background Study" which analyses the programme results achieved so far as well as the current programme strategy in light of the new developments/trend in the region. The study is providing some "food for thoughts" that might be helpful to consider when developing a new proposal. However, applicants shall be aware that the contents of this document can not be considered in any form as mandatory, being the document a consultative tool.
The E-Learning Awards were set up in 2005 to honour the best that e-learning can offer - the programmes, projects, teams, individuals and strategies which have enjoyed the greatest success. The 16 categories have been revised and refreshed for 2011
Now in their sixth year, the E-Learning Awards are firmly established as the primary source of recognition for best practice in elearning. The eLN plays an important part in the awards, establishing the criteria by which the entries will be evaluated and carrying out the judging.
Criteria & Judging
The E-Learning Awards for 2011 will be judged against a set of criteria which can be seen below. The shortlist will be determined by a panel drawn from the membership of the eLearning Network as well as invited guests. The E-Learning Awards are unique since much of the judging will be open, transparent and verifiable. As well as assessing the submissions against the award criteria, the judges will be looking for demonstrable evidence to support the application. This evidence will be available for anyone to inspect at a later date. All submissions will be considered and a shortlist produced. Those on the shortlist will be invited to present their submission to the judges in person and a winner will be selected from these presentations. Some categories require evidence from learners or users which may be followed up by the judges. In these cases please ensure that your submission includes evidence from your client and include contact details.