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EdWeb2Work Associate Partner Form

EdWeb2Work Associate Partner Form

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Invitation to join a European Union funded network for the use of Web2.0 in work and education
Invitation to join a European Union funded network for the use of Web2.0 in work and education

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Published by: European Union Projects on Mar 07, 2011
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How should Web2.0 functionality and tools be used in education and work
Please return this form and document to:joel_josephson@kindersite.org 
Tuesday 22nd March)
 This is an opportunity that needs your help for the 2011 call for European proposalsin the Lifelong learning programme. I hope you will be interested joining thisEuropean project as an Associate partner for networking and dissemination.This project is targeted at every type of employer, employer association, trade unionor trainer located in Europe or Croatia, Switzerland and Turkey. We are especiallyinterested in companies or associations involved in the Internet and Web2.0 asbusinesses or trainers.Every one involved as an Associate partner will receive an 'e-Certificate of Involvement' signed by the coordinator as evidence of their inclusion and role in aEuropean Union funded education project.
There is a huge need to utilize the power of Web2.0 tools within the workingenvironment and in education. Their potential to unlock human resources is alreadybeing seen in the constant creativity and communications taking place on theInternet.European enterprise desperately needs to harness the untapped human potential intheir work forces but there are no clear examples or evidence how and what shouldbe done. In addition, there is no synergy in how students should be taught how to usethe tools so they are effective when they join the work force.The network will:
Study the use of Web2.0 tools (in education and work)
Build a set of best practices
Look at the needs of education and work
Create study groups on different areas of the use of Web2.0
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Built an empirical testing regime so that the real results of the use of Web2.0 tools can be ascertained.Complete conferences and workshopsThe world of work can get involved in this network, at the formative stage, andcontribute to the evaluations and use of findings.
The project, if funded, will start in autumn 2011 and we will need your help in late2012, at the earliest.
We are asking for institutions to join our proposal as volunteer Associate Partners.If the proposal is funded we will keep you involved as the project develops and wewill be extremely interested in your ideas evaluations and contributions to thediscussions and dissemination. If you would like to be involved in the proposal as an associate partner please canyou complete the form below and return it to me at:
Please complete fully and return byTuesday 22th March
Name of organisationType of institution City Country
 Comments (if you wish): 
Your details (for communication)
Your name :Email : Email again:Address 1:Address 2:City : Postcode:Country:Phone: (Skype, I.M.):Website:NameInstitution/businessAddress 1:Address 2:City Postcode:CountryName of director/CEOEmail : Website:Copyright Joel H Josephson 2011 ©
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