Title Digital Latin Quarter
Project Number 518520-LLP-1-2011-1-IE-GRUNDTVIG-GMP
Product 6.01 Project Website
Title 6.01 Project Website
Product Type website
Marketing Text The project website was developed by Innoventum and designed by Timesnap. The project website, which is fully Web 2.0 enabled, consists of a public site where all project deliverables are accessible and where information is available on the project aims, objectives, partners, project news, and research and policy outcomes. The website also contains a 'film-maker' zone for aspiring young crews to access guidance resources and programmes produced on DLQ TV, and a 'youth worker' zone, for any youth professionals interested in implementing DLQ and in accessing all tools and resources developed, including the ACT Curriculum and Train the Trainer courseware.
Description The project website comprises two distinct elements ; (1) a public website in 4 partner languages where key information about the project, profiles of partners, overview and access to resources developed and information about the funding bodies is presented; (2) a partner website in English where all trans-national development work can take place; where project reports, documents and presentations are stored; a calendar of all events planned during the project lifecycle; and partner messaging facilities; etc.
Target group Youth-at-risk, early school leavers and youth workers and youth professionals working with these groups.
Result The development of this website has allowed the project to develop its web presence, which has been used effectively for project dissemination. Through DLQ TV available through this platform, project partners have been able to give young people involved as film crew members a voice, to raise awareness for issues in today's society which affect them.
Area of application This website has been used to promote all DLQ project deliverables. It has also been used to broadcast TV programmes created by the film crews, to aid partner discussion and file storage during the project development stage, and as a key resources to youth-at-risk looking to access guidance materials, and to youth workers looking to access learning resources and supports for implementing the DLQ curriculum.