Maximising the social media presence in R&D projects


How may you improve web strategies and maximize the social media presence of LLP projects? Dr. Katerina Zourou, the project manager of the Web2LLP project, visited HiST this week. This ongoing project addresses how research and development projects may ensure full integration of improved web strategies containing social media within their exisiting dissemination strategies. 

The KA4  Web2LLP project aims to improve web strategies and maximise the social media presence of lifelong learning projects. It provides personalised support and training (a week-long face-to-face course and free webinars), and shares best-practices and resources.

The project partners are launching a series of free online training courses about the use of web strategies and social media tools on April 19 aimed at anyone involved in European projects supported under the Lifelong Learning Progamme. These courses are made up of 5 modules each lasting 2 hours which will be delivered via webinar sessions taking place at different times in April and May. There will be three such courses in English, French and Italian. To find out more and to register for one of these courses please visit the online course information. The number of people who can be accommodated is limited so early registration is encouraged.

The picture shows Dr. Katerina Zourou from Web2LLP, and Bogdan Voaidas and Robin Støckert from HIST, during a visit in the HiST digital learning lab. 

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