This Dissemination Plan must be read in conjunction with the project Exploitation Plan Deliverable Those aims are mutually related in two ways. Firstly, the achievement of some of those aims contributes ipso facto to the achievement of other aims. Secondly, and more importantly, within the context of this dissemination plan, some of the mechanisms we will use for dissemination are instrumental in developing more than one aim.
Some of the basic mechanisms of dissemination are also connected to project deliverables see section 3 below. In relation to the information to be disseminated, the crucial deliverables are D3.
The programme will also mainstream mobility of both students and staff. The second element is a study of research methodology across the source disciplines for the programme of law, sociology, anthropology and economics.
In addition to contributing to higher quality doctoral education, this plan contributes to best practice on the harmonisation of rules and procedures necessary for the facilitation of joint degrees.
Mechanisms of Dissemination and responsibilities We intend to use a number of dissemination mechanisms organically i. Individually those mechanisms are: Because the contents will not be restricted to programme information but will also contain a discussion platform for contemporary issues in development studies, we also need to construct effective mechanisms for continuously reviewing and enhancing the website contents.
In the first period, before launch, our primary concerns will be: The mechanism of implementation envisaged involves a division of labour between partners. All partners will be jointly Dissemination plan charge of producing the website content.
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One partner is assigned the task of producing the relevant website element e. Another partner is chosen to revise it.
Once revised, the element will be uploaded by the Webmaster. All suggestions for new content are to be submitted to the Webmaster. The initial content of the website will include: The Blog manager will not be solely responsible for its content, but will have a steering function.
Contributions should be posted by all academics involved. It is envisaged that this work will be parcelled out among the partners with particular persons having a specific areas of interest, e. P4 will appoint a Blog manager. This list will be continuously updated by WP12 leader Edinburgh and all others should feed contacts into it through Edinburgh.
The initial list has been compiled in the context of D4. Those will be jointly managed and fed, although one partner will be in charge of monitoring it Oslo.
Those will be designed and printed in see timeline. Edinburgh will lead in design and content, in consultation with Tilburg. The Conference will bring together academics, governmental officials, and development professionals for the purposes of exchanging knowledge on key issues and themes in relation to law and development.
In addition, EDOLAD will sponsor a programme launch, which will happen immediately before the conference, as a way to maximize the benefit brought by the presence of stakeholders in Edinburgh for the Law and Development Conference.
Edinburgh will take the lead role in organizing both the conference and the Launch event, in consultation and with the support of other partners.
An initial conference plan will be circulated by Edinburgh at the Project Committee meeting in Oslo Feb The following mechanisms will be developed after the lifetime of the project: One partner will manage it and an editorial board will be in charge of selecting the papers to be published.
Target groups The success of the dissemination strategy depends on a two-way information pathway between the target groups and the envisaged programme, in particular in relation to the decision-makers in Law and development.
During the life of the project, whose final product will be a workable joint doctorate in Law and Development, it is particularly important to be attentive to what the envisaged target groups, in particular, law and development decision-makers have to say about the programme.
The target groups for dissemination are outlined in greater detail in the exploitation plan. In line with the objectives outlined above, the following target groups have been identified: In relation to ias explained in the exploitation plan, the programme aims at recruiting students with a postgraduate degree in law, anthropology, economics, social and political sciences or with a substantial level of experience working as a development professional are an important target group for our multiplication efforts.
The two crucial aspects of dissemination to potential students is the production of an attractive programme, in each of its elements mobility, curriculum, etc.
In relation to the mechanisms of dissemination, the primary tool in relation to potential students will be web-based, with a particular emphasis on the project website, social media and the blog.
It will also include printed material flyers and posters to be sent to careers services and Law faculties at universities drawn from the existing networks of the consortium partners and beyond.
A crucial mechanism for reaching out to students will also be the Launch Conference. The message points around which this dissemination will be structured are the same as spelled out in the Exploitation Plan D.This Dissemination Plan must be read in conjunction with the project Exploitation Plan (Deliverable ), the Quality Control Plan (D), the Programme Plan () and the Curriculum Design Plan (D).
1. Dissemination strategy’s objectives. 1 Sample Dissemination Plan This project will serve as a pilot for other courses at the University of ____ and at other colleges and universities throughout the country.
A dissemination plan is a plan for disseminating research findings or products to those who will use the information in practice and is something that you should be thinking about early on.
During the construction of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project, regarding dissemination of Traffic Plan in Peshawar, a meeting was held under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner, Peshawar, Saqib Raza Aslam, at Peshawar on Tuesday.
DC directs traffic police to coordinate with KP radio for awareness for BRT. The objective of the Dissemination Plan is to identify and organise the activities to be performed in order to promote the commercial exploitation of the project’s results and the widest dissemination of knowledge from the project.
The objective of the Dissemination Plan is to identify and organise the activities to be performed in order to promote the commercial exploitation of the project’s results and the widest dissemination of knowledge from the project.