VISIBILITY AND DISSEMINATION

PROJECT VISIBILITY RULES

You have received a grant for the implementation of the Erasmus+ Capacity Building in the field of Higher Education project, and from now on you should strongly emphasize the Programme’s contribution to the development of your project. This requirement is contained in the Grant Agreement, and we advise you to read it carefully.

The main rules concerning visibility of projects are as follows:

  1. Each publication on a project should contain the following disclaimer: "The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein." (https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/about-eacea/visual-identity-and-logos-eacea/erasmus-visual-identity-and-logos_en)
  2.  During all project activities (when appropriate), it is necessary to emphasize the fact that they are implemented and funded under the Erasmus+ programme.
  3. Materials produced for project activities, teaching materials, project website, posters, leaflets, press releases, CD-ROMs, etc., should be provided with the "Co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union" logo, which can be downloaded from the following link: https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/about-eacea/visual-identity-and-logos-eacea/erasmus-visual-identity-and-logos_en. Changes in the colour and content of the logo, its distortion and reversal are not allowed.
  4. All equipment (including portable) purchased with Erasmus+ funding should be labelled with stickers “With the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union”. The same rule applies to the Centres / Laboratories set up using the project funds.

At the final stage of the project, the NEO asks the team to prepare a package of materials for the Project Results Database. Materials are uploaded on the NEO website to disseminate the information about your project and ensure the sustainability of its results.

DEVELOPING A DISSEMINATION STRATEGY

One of the objectives of any project is to bring to the attention of representatives of interested parties its results: new programs, training materials, successful experience, other accumulated products. It is necessary to find a simple, clear and convincing way to convey the necessary information to specific target groups. Therefore, an important success factor for most projects is the availability and practical implementation of an effective information dissemination strategy.
The National Erasmus+ Office in Kazakhstan prepared practical advice on the development and implementation of dissemination strategies in Russian. It is based on the publication Creating an Effective Dissemination Strategy. An Expanded Interactive Workbook for Educational Development Projects by Sally Harmsworth and Sarah Turpin.

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