Vilnius Gediminas Technical University welcomed all the Generation Data project partners to Vilnius, Lithuania, for the third project meeting on October 17th and 18th.
The meeting offered the partners the opportunity to share progress made since the previous gathering, particularly the completion of the Generation Data Toolkit (IO1). The final version is now online in both English and Danish, while the Polish translation is near completion.
The partners discussed the development of the Teaching Data Skills Curriculum (IO2), an Open Education Resource that will enable lecturers and teachers to access a new teaching model which they can use to enhance students data skills.
The third output, the Generation Data Online Course (IO3), will be a multilingual, interactive learning programme that can provide both students and entrepreneurs with data skills tools and information accessible through a multi-device platform.
Partners agreed upon a pilot test methodology for both outputs and pilot testing of materials is planned for January 2020. Stakeholders can take part in pilot testing by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Plans for the learning, teaching, and training week which is scheduled to take place at Letterkenny Institute of Technology, Ireland between March 30th and April 3rd were discussed. The final format for the learning week activities and the recruitment methodology will be finalised in the coming weeks.
On day 2 of the transnational meeting in Vilnius, partners focused on core project management issues which contribute to successful project delivery by reviewing internal evaluation, the quality management strategy which will contribute to the widespread impact, dissemination and sustainability of Generation Data.