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Work package 8: Dissemination

Page history last edited by Heike Philp 10 years ago



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Work Package 8: Dissemination


Overall summary

In this work package we present the broad range of activity that has occurred around the publicising of this project which includes the website and associeted sites like this wiki, the online events we have organised and run, the formal publications that have come out of this project, the vast number of conference presentations that have been made and the highly successfuly SLanguages Conference we organised.


 

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Deliverable reference
Description  Achievement
WP8-1
 
Project website with links to the rest of the project's digital presence
This website acts as a repository for the outputs from this project as well as being one of the ongoing community tools that we are using to carry on the work of the project past its initial phase.
WP8-2

Live online events

Events have been organised and run in Years 1 and 2
WP8-3

Published materials

This section represents the external publications have been produced so far in the project. The wealth of publications that are inlcuded in this wiki also represent a considerable wealth of published material.
WP8-4

Conference attendance and presentations

2009 2010

A considerable number of conference presentations have occurred throughout the project.
WP8-5 In-world conference This conference was held on 15th and 16th October 2010 in Second Life. Materials can be found on the Ning and on SLanguages.net. There is also an evaluation report based on feedback from the participants.

   

Work package 9

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

The material throughout this wiki is available under a Creative Commons Non-Commercial Share Alike agreement established between the project partners.


 

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