Online activities are getting increasingly important in project implementation. The abrupt shift to virtual and online environments in 2020 might have taken some adjustment, but now is the time to take stock of the lessons learnt. What has worked, what has not? What could be useful also in the future?
On 30 September (9:30-12:30 CEST), we will organise an online workshop for Interreg Europe projects to share and exchange their experiences. Join us to discuss how and in which situations going online adds value to your project.
During this interactive session, you will hear from other Interreg Europe projects how they have made use of online opportunities to enrich their project implementation. You will also have a possibility to share your own experiences in small group discussions.
The agenda is built on inputs collected from projects. We will discuss and share experiences on:
- Online opportunities linked to study visits and stakeholder engagement
- Tools, methods and tips for other online activities (staff exchanges, trainings, workshops or events)
- When and how to leverage online activities in the future
Take part in the discussion and share your experience. Learn how to avoid the most common pitfalls. Let's co-create a set of tips and recommendations for making the most of online opportunities in the project context.
This online workshop is exclusively for Interreg Europe projects. Due to limited capacity, we kindly ask you to limit participation to two representatives per project.
Registration will open by the end of August.
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