We started the ONE project as seven individual project partners with one common aim. Now after two years of working closely together, teasing out the project aims, creating an Environmental Policy the ONE Business Case, preparing a ONE Guide and developing a ONE Virtual Toolkit, we are truly ONE team. ONE has successfully increased its
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0orCbuAQdo Eva Cendon from FernUniversität in Hagen tells about one feature of the ONE Meeting Project that was of exeptional value for her: the virtual monthly partner meetings.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhYEagMR5D8 The All-You-Need-To-Know Guide to Running ONE Meeting Projects is a comprehensive and practical guide that provides you with everything you need to know to move to a ONE meeting only format within transnational projects. The objective of the ONE Meeting Project is to support Higher Education Institutions and other project partners in transitioning
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9u7fS4-K0ws Applying the ONE Meeting methodology to proposal planning for European transnational projects helps to increase the chance of getting funding by including digital tools and learning methods, integrating green practices, and making the budget highly cost effective.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmuXsy6zWLA The ONE Business Case is a key tool to assist HEI’s and EU project managers with the digital transformation of their work. The timing of the resource is apt. The 2022 Erasmus+ Programme Guide stipulates that “projects should be designed in an eco-friendly way and should incorporate green practices in all its facets”
https://youtu.be/gbajUfQ__LU The ONE Methodology helps to improve writing proposals and making it much more likely to get funded by applying three aspects: including digital tools and learning methods, incorporating green practices in different project phases, increasing cost effectiveness by maximizing the use of digital tools for collaboration.
https://youtu.be/4nCe9Dt9sa8 The objective of the ONE Meeting Project is to support higher education institutions and other project partners in transitioning to a new model of cooperation that hinges on meeting face-to-face just once during the lifetime of a project. The ONE meeting methodology is based on agile project management, sustainability and accessibility and favours