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Published on October 31, 2007

Author: smarras

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presentation for the meeting of esflive communities with Etienne Wenger

Soundplanning a Community of Practice on PCM for effective management of programmes and projects under the European Social Fund 2007-2013 Lisbon, 17 october 07

CoP key features Web environment/tools and roles Community Activities and participation Conclusions (what’s the next)

CoP key features

Web environment/tools and roles

Community Activities and participation

Conclusions (what’s the next)

Domain ESF 2007-2013 Programmes consistency with the new ESF principles involve stakeholders and create local partnership strength internal and external coherence setup up the conditions for impact evaluation Identity (Community) programme officers and civil servants at national and regional level (Managing Authorities, Public Employment Services, etc.) operating in the framework of the Structural Funds (2000-2006), PCM experts, facilitators. Practice PCM methods and tools, documents and guide lines structured around the 4 pillars of sound planning (Strategic orientation and coherence; delivery planning; monitoring and evaluation and stakeholder engagement) for developing ESF Programmes ; Mainstream lessons from Equal; experiences exchange (study visits), training course (blended learning) The three elements of the cop

Domain

ESF 2007-2013 Programmes consistency with the new ESF principles

involve stakeholders and create local partnership

strength internal and external coherence

setup up the conditions for impact evaluation

Identity (Community)

programme officers and civil servants at national and regional level (Managing Authorities, Public Employment Services, etc.) operating in the framework of the Structural Funds (2000-2006), PCM experts, facilitators.

Practice

PCM methods and tools, documents and guide lines structured around the 4 pillars of sound planning (Strategic orientation and coherence; delivery planning; monitoring and evaluation and stakeholder engagement) for developing ESF Programmes ;

Mainstream lessons from Equal; experiences exchange (study visits), training course (blended learning)

promote learning and knowledge creation on sound planning and management with special attention to Project Cycle Management; mainstream the lessons learnt from Equal and to embed them in the new SF programmes professionalise ESF programme and project managers across Europe on the use of Sound Planning and Management methods Objectives

promote learning and knowledge creation on sound planning and management with special attention to Project Cycle Management;

mainstream the lessons learnt from Equal and to embed them in the new SF programmes

professionalise ESF programme and project managers across Europe on the use of Sound Planning and Management methods

Exchange approaches and deal with challenges faced by ESF programme and project managers Interact regulary to provide practical problem - solving action learning sets Learn from and with each other Upgrade the specific skills base of key actors of the new ESF What the community can do

Exchange approaches and deal with challenges faced by ESF programme and project managers

Interact regulary to provide practical problem - solving action learning sets

Learn from and with each other

Upgrade the specific skills base of key actors of the new ESF

MA’s and designers Aware of good practices, initiatives, documents at national and European level Aware of PCM benefits and of feasibility of effective implementation Able to apply PCM key concepts and tools in ESF programme Expected results

MA’s and designers

Aware of good practices, initiatives, documents at national and European level

Aware of PCM benefits and of feasibility of effective implementation

Able to apply PCM key concepts and tools in ESF programme

Community Manager maintains the community’s terms of reference, its rules and scope and establish regular communications with members and build connections between them; Moderator (s) monitors and steers discussion, keeping the community focused on its core agenda, identifying new developments that need addressing, while at the same time being sensitivity to the mood and wishes of its members Web Content editor Provides relevant information, documents, news in the community web site Knowledge leaders Experts who are contributors of knowledge into the community Community roles

Community Manager

maintains the community’s terms of reference, its rules and scope and establish regular communications with members and build connections between them;

Moderator (s)

monitors and steers discussion, keeping the community focused on its core agenda, identifying new developments that need addressing, while at the same time being sensitivity to the mood and wishes of its members

Web Content editor

Provides relevant information, documents, news in the community web site

Knowledge leaders

Experts who are contributors of knowledge into the community

On line discussions and conversations (syncronous and asyncronous) Face to face events : Summerschool for MA (Cagliari) 3 showcasing workshops (Bruxelles, Turin, Warsaw) Access to expertise (On line expert, FAQ) Community cultivation (content and document publishing, backoffice communication, workgroup and tutoring) Blended learning on PCM (3 on line training editions and 1 day introductory sessions for each edition are foreseen for 20 participants) Community Activities

On line discussions and conversations (syncronous and asyncronous)

Face to face events :

Summerschool for MA (Cagliari)

3 showcasing workshops (Bruxelles, Turin, Warsaw)

Access to expertise (On line expert, FAQ)

Community cultivation (content and document publishing, backoffice communication, workgroup and tutoring)

Blended learning on PCM (3 on line training editions and 1 day introductory sessions for each edition are foreseen for 20 participants)

Based on the new partecipative ICT tools (web2.0 technology generation, mashup site) Open source and Open content oriented (interoperability, granularity and reuse of contents) Focused on Blog (but Fora and sycronous tools are provided too) Content Classification is based on taxonomy (standard metadata) but also on Folksonomy (Tag Clouds, informal/social tagging) social bookmarking (del.icio.us) RSS allert updates The Web Environment

Based on the new partecipative ICT tools (web2.0 technology generation, mashup site)

Open source and Open content oriented (interoperability, granularity and reuse of contents)

Focused on Blog (but Fora and sycronous tools are provided too)

Content Classification is based on taxonomy (standard metadata) but also on Folksonomy (Tag Clouds, informal/social tagging) social bookmarking (del.icio.us)

RSS allert updates

Calendar ical link delicious Video youtube weblog feed RSS Photo flickr Classification TAG Documentation Forum WEB 2.0 for Communities of practice Drupal Open Source Content Management System www.soundplanning.eu Presence awareness Instant poll

183 people are registered in the web site (18 people are in the project staff and promoters) N°Post: 141 (83 Blog; 64 Forum) N°Documents: 62 Level of partecipation

183 people are registered in the web site (18 people are in the project staff and promoters)

N°Post: 141 (83 Blog; 64 Forum)

N°Documents: 62

the majority of users are to be considered as the platform’s “observers”, occasional or peripheral users that merely reads the submitted posts Readers

the majority of users are to be considered as the platform’s “observers”, occasional or peripheral users that merely reads the submitted posts

YouTube : 0,16% visitors partecipate in contents creation Wikipedia : 4,6% users contribute to the free web encyclopedia Flickr : 0,2% users publish their own photos But visits by web users to WEB2.0 sites account for 12% of US web site visits ! Bill Tancer, Hitwise, WEB2.0 EXPO, http://www.techcentral.ie/corporate_it/Users_failing_Web_2_sites/view   Level of partecipation

YouTube : 0,16% visitors partecipate in contents creation

Wikipedia : 4,6% users contribute to the free web encyclopedia

Flickr : 0,2% users publish their own photos

But visits by web users to WEB2.0 sites account for 12% of US web site visits !

Bill Tancer, Hitwise, WEB2.0 EXPO, http://www.techcentral.ie/corporate_it/Users_failing_Web_2_sites/view  

Thanks for attention [email_address] www.soundplanning.eu

Thanks for attention

[email_address]

www.soundplanning.eu

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