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The objective is the effective dissemination, exploitation and sustainability of the Links-up project objectives, outcomes and deliverables. It supports the research results by dissemination actions promoting cross-national and cross-sectoral collaboration. The dissemination, exploitation and sustainability building activities included the following measures:
•‘Public space’ on the online ‘Innovation Laboratory’ at www.links-up.eu with a large number of resources for policy, practice and research;
•Early information leaflet and two dedicated project flyer (i.e. the ‘brochure’);
•Three newsletters at key milestones in the project;
•Press releases in the participating partner countries e.g. on the validation experiments in the United Kingdom and Austria;
•Peer-reviewed articles and conference contributions e.g. for EduMedia 2010, GMW 2011, eChallanges e-2011 and for elearningeuropa.info;
•Four Learning Dialogues involving key stakeholders in the project in critically reviewing the project results as they developed;
•International and national ‘Events’ amongst them Plymouth e-Learning Conference (PeLC) 2010, EduMedia Conference 2010, Online Educa Berlin 2010, NEXT Regional Conferences 2010 and 2011, EDEN Annual Conferences 2010 and 2011 and the eChallenges e-2011 Conference;
•Final Conference showcasing eight initiatives in the field of ‘Web 2.0 for Social Inclusion’ and bringing together about 40 participants from 22 countries;
•Concluding Webinar, mainly for the representatives of the 24 case studies, five validation experiments and other stakeholders interested in the field;
•Various activities in social software sites and Web 2.0 applications such as FaceBook, SlideShare, YouTube, twitter etc.
This report summarised the Links-up events and related conference presentations throughout the life cycle of the project.