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E learning fitness project structure uniroma1 umberto nanni

  1. 1. eLF<br />eLearning Fitness<br />www.elearningfitness.eu<br />Project Structure<br />Umberto Nanni, coordinator<br />University of Rome La Sapienza (IT)<br />Federazione Italiana Aerobica e Fitness (IT)<br />Centro di Ricerche Economiche e Sociali (IT)<br />Central YMCA Qualifications (UK)<br />EFAA (NL)<br />Malta Exercise Health And Fitness Association (MT)<br />National Training Centre (IE)<br />Escola Superior de Desporto de Rio Maior – Inst. Politécnico (PT)<br />Pôle d'Innovation, de Recherche et de Développement Local (FR)<br />Ovidius University of Constanta, faculty of Physical Education (RO)<br />Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia (SK)<br />G.E.E. Aeróbic y Fitness Alicante (ES)<br />European Observatoire of Sport and Employment (FR)<br />Sports Union of Slovenia (SI)<br />Register of Exercise Professionals (UK)<br />Willibald-Gebhardt-Institut (DE)<br />Lietuvos kūno kultūros akademija (LT)<br />Stiftelsen TISIP (NO)<br />Sprek og Blid Akademiet (NO)<br />
  2. 2. WHY eLF – eLearning Fitness ?<br />In the realm of Fitness:<br />• several organizations have been established ...<br />• several successful projects took place ...<br />Still, today in most (EU) countries we lack:<br />1. a wide awareness of the key findings among decision makers, operators, public opinion<br />2. a wide acceptance of the procedures to implement it<br />3. resources to feed the required processes<br />
  3. 3. WHY Information Engineering ?<br />Not just Technologies, but even Methodologies, useful for:<br />1. modeling and analyzing business & organizational processes (WF models, BPM, ...)<br />2. implementing and optimizing informational process (web x.0, social networking, search engines, CMS, ...), with special attention to e-Learning<br />3. measuring effectiveness and efficiency of processes (KPI, DW & DM, ...)<br />
  4. 4. Main Goals<br />1. adoption & improvement of an e-Learning platform based on the EQF-Fitness minimum standards (levels 3, 4)<br />2. creation of a pilot national register platform for fitness professionals in 10 of the partner countries.<br />
  5. 5. eLF: Project Objectives<br />Promoting EQF–Fitness<br />Promoting a widespread adoption of e‑Learning ad an educational tool for instructors in fitness<br />Improving awareness of users and potential users of the benefits of Fitness<br />Preparing further initiatives for fostering the benefits of Fitness for all potential users<br />
  6. 6. Consortium: Partners<br />
  7. 7. Consortium: Partners<br />Norway<br /><ul><li>TISIP
  8. 8. Sprek og Blid</li></ul>Germany<br /><ul><li>WGI</li></ul>Ireland<br /><ul><li>NTC</li></ul>The Netherland<br /><ul><li>EFAA</li></ul>United Kingdom<br /><ul><li>CYQ
  9. 9. UK-Reps</li></ul>Lithuania<br /><ul><li>LKKA</li></ul>Slovakia<br /><ul><li>FPES-CU</li></ul>France<br /><ul><li>INNOPOLE
  10. 10. EOSE</li></ul>Romania<br /><ul><li>UOC-FEFS</li></ul>Portugal<br /><ul><li>ESDRM-IPS</li></ul>Italy<br /><ul><li>UNIROMA1
  11. 11. FIAF
  12. 12. Ceres</li></ul>Malta<br /><ul><li>MEHFA</li></ul>Slovenia<br /><ul><li>SUS</li></ul>Spain<br /><ul><li>IIDCA</li></li></ul><li>Consortium: Associate Partners<br />
  13. 13. WP1 - Management<br />WP7 - Quality Plan<br />WP2<br />Analysis, state of the art and synthesis<br />WP3 - Technology platform<br />WP4 - Development of e-learning contents<br />Dependencies among WPs<br />WP5 - Pilot Testing e-learning<br />WP6 - Pilot Exercise Register<br />WP8<br />Dissemination activities<br />WP9<br />Exploitation activities<br />
  14. 14. Dependencies among WPs<br />HOW ...?<br />WP1 - Management<br />WP7 - Quality Plan<br />WP2<br />Analysis, state of the art and synthesis<br />DO IT!!!<br />DO IT!!!<br />WP3 - Technology platform<br />WP4 - Development of e-learning contents<br />DOES<br />IT<br />WORK?<br />TRY IT!!!<br />TRY IT!!!<br />WP5 - Pilot Testing e-learning<br />WP6 - Pilot Exercise Register<br />WP8<br />Dissemination activities<br />WP9<br />Exploitation activities<br />
  15. 15. Critical dependenciesNon-Critical dependencies<br />WP1 - Management <br />WP2 - State of the art<br />WP3 Technology platform<br />WP4 e-learning contents<br />WP5 Pilot Testing e-learning<br />WP6 Pilot Exercise Register<br />WP7 - Plan eLF evaluation<br />WP8 - Dissemination activities<br />WP9 - Exploitation activities<br />
  16. 16. Involvement of Partners in WPs<br />
  17. 17. Bad and good news...<br />I have a dream...<br />I have already implemented your dream.<br />
  18. 18. Bad and good news...<br />So, I have just to copy...<br />It is not that simple...<br />First you have to understand it,<br />then you must find paper and a pencil,<br />then you must learn to read and write,<br />finally, you have to desire it.<br />
  19. 19. Bad and good news...<br />Or I can find somebody who understands it, with paper and pencil, who can read and write, and who desires it.<br />
  20. 20. Some critical issues<br />norms: some are missing, and some are obstacles<br />intrinsic complexity<br />big numbers<br />available funding (generous, but relatively scarce)<br />adverse interests<br />this list is already long enough...<br />
  21. 21. Some good issue<br />We have a working model and experienced partners who do implement it<br />We are motivated partners: this project will implement something that most partners are trying to do anyway<br />We have a long list of 19+38=57 partners<br />

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