The 6 transnational meetings will take place at the following venues (the order of meetings is preliminary and might be changed depending on the partners’ preferences)
1st Transnational project meeting
Mannheim, Germany, November 5th – 6st, 2019
The focus of the first international meeting was on objectives, content, plans and agreements of the CONNECT! project. All intellectual outputs and their deadlines were presented and discussed. IO1, IO2 have beend planed in detail. An introduction to Erasmus+ and to the financial administration of the project was given. The timeline for the project outcomes was adapted and shared with partners.
2nd Transnational project meeting
Online (due to COVID-19) April, 2020
In the first part of the meeting, each of the partners summarised their IO1 national reports recently submitted to Aleksandra Đurović. Some comments were provided and information was shared between partners concerning results of national reports and cross-country information. In the second part of the meeting, Monika Petermandl’s IO2 instructions for partners and data collection were discussed; specifically, target groups for data collection, focus of research questions, and timing for data collection due to Covid-19 constraints. Finally, the objectives and deliverables for IO3 were presented by Lea Ferrari and briefly discussed between partners.
3rd Transnational project meeting
Online (due to COVID-19) February 18th-19th, 2021
On the first day of the meeting, Austrian team members presented the aggregated results of the IO2 transnational report. Following the presentation, each partner highlighted interesting findings and comments from their IO2 reports so as to be considered for the final version of the transnational report. In the second part of the meeting, the discussion focused on the updated drafts of IO3. Each partner presented their unit, discussed its connection to the overarching aims of the curriculum, and set points for discussion. On the second day, the meeting was focused on issues concerning IO4, IO5 and IO6. In particular, the partners discussed the platform and accessibility of the content, the cataloguing of materials, and set new deadlines for the upcoming IOs.