Results for the expert


  • Exploitation of project results (Month 13 - 24) Responsible FVGS TITUS
    Not started

    Aim: To ensure the sustainability of TITUS activities after the completion of the project implementation period, and to identify additional target groups and markets where TITUS results could be applied or exploited. To promote new educational standards by the dissemination of good practice.

    Deliverances: Strategies for the promotion of project outputs towards additional target groups in manufacturing, and to towards additional markets within the quality assurance/quality management community. Adoption of methodologies and results within partner organizations and leverage of outcomes on additional target sectors.


  • Dissemination and valorisation of project results (Month 1-24) Responsible CCI TITUS

    Aim: To disseminate the project results in Romania, Italy and Norway, and in Europe, towards quality assurance and qualtiy management stakeholders in the manufacturing industrial community, academia and the general public during and after completion of project. Offer national seminars, instructor training events, and training in Romania, Italy and Norway that use the final products and deliverables from the project.


    • Dissemination to seminars, exhibitions, conferences and events
    • On-line publications
    • Brochures, posters, leaflets
    • Scientific publications to conferences and journals

    D 9 - 10 - Poster and leaflets for conferences and dissemination events

    • ONE2ACT SRS Leaflet and A4 presentation of SRS



    • SRS poster and SRS Lealfet


    • ABT poster and ABT leaflet


    D 11 - Dissemination activities at regional, national and European level

    • Stand at EDEN conference in Oslo, June 2013, HCR
    • Demonstration of SRS to teachers from the largest university in Russia in June 2013, who started to disseminate SRS to the educational market in Russia, HCR
    • Demonstration of SRS for 120 persons from Bergen University College, 28.11.2013, HCR
    • Stand with demonstration of SRS at Online Educa Berlin, 4-6.12.2013. This is the majour e-learning conference in Europe with more than 2000 persons attedning. HCR. 
    • Interview about respons systems at the National Broadcasting Cooperation, 21.1.2014. HCR
    • Preparing workshop to be organized during the UNESCO their Mobile Learning Week 2014.
    • Preparing workshop to be organized for teachers in Mid-Norway

    D 12 - Articles published at international conferences and journals

    1. Kjetil Liestøl Nielsen, Gabrielle Hansen and John Birger Stav, Teaching with student response systems (SRS): teacher-centric aspects that can negatively affect students' experience of using SRS, Research in Learning Technology, Vol. 21, 2013, 13 pages.
    2. Ketil Arnesen, Guri Sivertsen Korpås, Jon Eirik Hennissen and John Birger Stav, Experiences with use of Various Pedagogical Methods Utilizing a Student Response System – Motivation and Learning Outcome, The Electronic Jornal of e-Learning, Vol. 11, Issue 3, 2013, pp 169-181.

    Proceedings from conferences:

    1. John B. Stav, Knut Bjørkli and Ketil Arnesen, Experiences with Use of Students Mobile Devices as Imidiate Response Tools, proceedings from the International Technology, Education and Development Conference (INTED 2013), 4-6 March 2013, Valencia, Spain, pp 3305-3309, ISBN 978-84-616-2661-8, published by International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED)
    2. John B. Stav and Ketil Arnesen, Activity Based Solutions for VET Quality Professionals, proceedings from the International Technology, Education and Development Conference (INTED 2013), 4-6 March 2013, Valencia, Spain, pp 3340-3346, ISBN 978-84-616-2661-8, published by International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED)
    3. Moldovan L., Qualty Assurance of VET Delivery to Quality Professionals. Scientific Bulletin of the "Petru Maior" University of
      Tîrgu Mures;, vol. 10 (XXVII)-2 2013, pp. 62-66, online available:
    4. Moldovan L., Design of a new learning environment for training in quality assurance. The 7th International Conference INTER-ENG 2013 Interdisciplinarity in Engineering 10 - 11 October 2013 "Petru Maior" University of Tirgu Mures Romania. Elsevier - Procedia Technology, ISSN: 2212-0173, 12(2014) pp. 483-488. online available: 

    D 16 - Number of courses where methods and tools are going to be applied

    • Romanian QA/QM course delivery by use of ABT and SRS (2)
    • Romanian course delivery with SRS evaluation (5)
    • Italian QA course delivery by use of ABT and SRS (1)
    • Norwegian QA course delivery by use of ABT and SRS (1)

    Acieved results 

    D 17 - Number of personnel that is going to be trained (target number in brackets)

    • Romanian QA/QM personnel trained: 132 (25)
    • Norwegian QA personnel trained 68 (15)
    • Italian QA personnel trained: 22 (20)
    • Romanian personnel VET trained with SRS: 189 (100)
    • Norwegian personnel VET trained with SRS: 68 (50)
    • Italian personnel VET trained with SRS: 305 (100)


  • Quality and Evaluation plan (Month 1 - 24) Responsible TUCEP TITUS

    Aim: Develope the quality assurance mangement plan, and the project evaluation strategy. To achieve objective feedback and validation of results through the involvement of internal and external user groups. Last but not least, to validate the training activities and course materials in WP3 and WP4 in real-market conditions and through external user groups 


    • Internal evaluation
    • External evaluation
    • External expert evaluation
    • Project web-site
    • Quality assurance management plan


  • Adaptation of quality assurance and quality management educational material (Month 7 - 21) Responsible CCI TITUS
    Not started

    Aim:  Update learning and training material. Pilot quality assurance and quality management courses in Romania, Italy and Norway. 

    Deliverances: Validation of methods and tools by applying ABT and SRS in VET courses

    D 4 - Quality Management, Quality Auding and Quality Assurance in manufacturing-training courses with support for Romanian, Quality Assurance in manufacturing-training course with support in Italian, and Quality assurance in technical and industrial production training course with support in Norwegian


  • Multilingual adaptation of SRS and instructor training (Month 3 - 18) Responsible HCR TITUS

    Aim: Define the new training method based up on using Activity Based Training (ABT) and Student Response System (SRS). Provide mulitilingual interfces, and pilot instructor training courses.


    • Update the MECCA know how transfer methodologies, and adapt the MECCA skill development methodologies
    • Vivid educational material that helps improving the awareness towards the new learning environment for VET schools and instructors
    • Multilingual SRS interfaces 
    • Pilot instructor training in Romania, Italy and Norway

    D 5 - Instructor training courses delivered by HCR in Romania (15 participants), Italy (10 participants) and Norway (10 participants)

    SRS-Response in 1-2-3 Leaflet:                                     A4 presentation of SRS:


    How to use SRS - Response in 1-2-3


    Ask a question                               Students vote on a mobile device        Results appear immediately


    D 13 - Instructional video explaining SRS used during training of instructors and by self directed training

    Student Response System teaser video:

    How and when to use SRS in class?

    How to handle various types of answer distributions?


    Six online videos that demonstrate how to operate and use SRS. 

    D 14 - Instructional video explaining ABT used during training of instructors and by self directed training

    D 15 - Multilingual adaption of SRS interface 


  • User requirement specifications (Month 1 - 7) Responsible CCI TITUS

    Aim: Identify national level requirements the Quality Assurance (QA) professionals in terms of life long skill development in Romania, Italy and Norway, and to identify training requirements for quality assurannce professionals in the manufacturing industry in Europe. This includes technical specifications, equipment solutions for training and pedagogical methodologies.

    Deliverances: User requirements will extend work in the Leonardo da Vinci MECCA project (2005-2007) that focused on the deployment of video in skill development for the mechanical industry sector. The results of MECCA will be adapted to the needs of the QA sector in Romania, Italy, and Norway. The activities include

    • CCI, TUCEP and FVGS explore the national training markets and the training requirements of the manufacturing industry in QA, as well as exploring new administrative requirements for manufacturing organizations that are employing QA personnel
    • HCR provides new pedagogical methodologies that promote inclusion of harmonized content with ABT training principles and SRS evaluation system, specifications of the technical requirements for training delivery, including information and communication services, and requirements for using “balanced presentation formats” containing the use of video technologies with harmonized training principles, and standardized content to be distributed thought-out Europe by the project partners. Implementation of new wireless student response systems on mobile devices that promotes active collaborative learning
    • CCI elaborates the User requirement report describing the strategy for the courses development and training of QA personnel from industry by applying the new Activity Based Training (ABT) learning environment, and evaluation of training with Student Response System


  • Project management (Month 1-24) Responsible HCR TITUS

    Aim: Smothly runing project


    • Partner agreements and video collaboration tools (Month 4)
    • Quality Management Handbook
    • Interim report (Month 14) and Final report (Month 26) with meeting mInutes

     D 1 - Interim and final report, and Quality Managment Handbook.

    • Quality Management Handbook
    • Interim report must be submitted to NA within 31.01. 2014. Available from the project member area.
    • Final report must be submitted to NA by 29.11.2014. Available from the project member area.
    • The meeting minutes are available from the project member area.

    D 2 - Partner Agreements have been submitted to partners. 


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.

SRS 2.0, PELE 1.5, Eval 1.0 and iLike 1.0 are available for use.