The first project year will soon be completed and the third project meeting is preparing an important milestone: The start of the first pilot round with the 10 practice partners in the project.
Pam de Sterke from DOIT’s partner Waag wrote a short report our partner days in Billund. We just cite it here <3 – the original can be found at Waag’s homepage.
We were all looking forward to our second project meeting, followed by two-day long practice partner days of DOIT:
DOIT was already mentioned within some of DOIT’s partners publication but the first “only DOIT” publication within a journal is available now as well: A short description of DOIT within Austria’s journal “medienimpulse“. Of course DOIT’s publication is freely available (and open licenced).
The journal’s editors feature DOIT contribution with the following words (translated by DeepL):
Garbage cans that thank you and bikes that water trees: The H2020 project DOIT aims to provide impetus for the targeted support of young creativity. Sandra Schön and Eva-Maria Hollauf report on a remarkable media-pedagogical project…
- Sandra Schön & Eva-Maria Hollauf (2017). Kreatives Denken und Handeln in Makerspaces fördern. In: medienimpulse, 4/2017. URL: http://www.medienimpulse.at/articles/view/1152
Amsterdam, 30th and 31st of October, 13 excited partners: In the beautiful building of our partner Waag Society in the Nieuwmarkt in the center of Amsterdam, we had our first official meeting. For two days, we had time to get to know each other and talk about our aims, dreams and fears of the next 36 months. Besides the project partners, we had a very special guest on the first day: Our project officer from the European Commission joined us to give us interesting input about our deliverables and also about formal requirements. She even supervised our project game! Continue reading “We kicked it off! – Kick-off meeting in Amsterdam (2017-10-30/31 at Waag Society)”
Starting today, the DOIT project starts its project kick-off meeting. 13 partners from Europe will join the meeting hosted by the Waag Society in Amsterdam. Some of them know each other from several other projects. Others will see them the first time.