The Tellnet project is now officially over!
The project lasted for three years from 1 December 2009 to 30 November 2012. Tellnet was part of the Key Activity 4 'Dissemination and Exploitation of Results', one of the aims of which being "… to ensure that the results of the LLP are appropriately recognised, demonstrated and implemented on a wide scale." Apart from dissemination through European Schoolnet activities, towards this goal, the project has sought wider audience through academic publishing in conference and journal.
Some of the results:
- Publication "Teachers networks - Today's and tomorrow's challenges and opportunities for the teaching profession". Download here (in English), a short version in German, French, Spanish and Dutch.
- Public Final Report, download here.
- 10 conference and journal papers, one series of symposium papers (3 papers) and additional 2 workshop papers.
- See the full list here deliverables: see the list here
The Tellnet project studied the eTwinning network (almost 180 000 teachers in Oct 2012) through visualisation techniques, Social Network Analysis (SNA) and prospective scenario building exercises. Using these techniques, the goal was to identify the main structures, actors, networks and Communities of practice that are effective in sharing practices, encouraging innovation and creativity at schools.
Funding Organisation: European Commission
Funding Programme: Lifelong Learning, Key Activity 4
Duration: 01/12/2009 - 30/11/2012
Duration (months): 36
Project coordinator: European Schoolnet