Partner meetings

Kick-off meeting of the D-TRANSFORM project
Time: October 6th and 7th, 2014
Place: FMSH, 190 avenue de France, 75013 Paris, France

Main agenda points:

  • Introducing the partners
  • Focus on actions and expertise related to the project
  • Project Outline and expected outcomes
  • Work planning (based on Gantt diagram)
  • Project management, role of a task leader, progress report, eligible costs, justifications, regular meetings
  • Steering committee and International Advisory Board
  • Quality plan
  • WorkGroup presentation by task leaders
  • Set up of communication and collaborative tool
  • Visual identity and project website
  • Dissemination
  • Publication policy
  • Cofunding and sponsoring

2nd project meeting
Time: January 29-30, 2015
Place: FMSH, 190 avenue de France, 75013 Paris, France

Main agenda points:

  • Presentation of task relating to O1: E-education as an institutional strategy for the construction of the European Higher Education Area – Methodological guidelines
    Quality Charter
  • Partners’ initiatives for the D-Transform dissemination (at international and/or local conferences; at university presidents’conferences, etc.)
  • Contextualization
  • The IAC and the D-Transform strategy
  • Visual identity, website, first multiplication event at the EDEN Annual Conference
  • Contact with European University Association for the 2016 dissemination event

3rd project meeting
Time: October 6-7, 2015
Place: Politecnico di Milano – METID, Piazza Leonardo da Vinci 32.

Main agenda points:

  • Digital public policies on higher education (O1-A1)
  • Business model (O1-A2)
  • Feedback from cases studies (O1-A3)
  • Administrative matters
  • The La Manche projec
  • Results of the first multiplier event – preparing the next one
  • Organization of leadership schools

4th project meeting
Time: 13-14 June, 2016
Place: Budapest University of Technology and Economics

The 4th partner’s meeting of the D-TRANSFORM partnership is taking place 13-14 June at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary.

The main discussion points are the assessment of the report on the project progress by Dr. Andrea Kárpáti, external evaluator of the project, the comments and suggestions, as well as the issues raised by the International Advisory Board during their recent meeting and the finalisation of the program and the proposed keynote speakers and presenters of the 1st D-TRANSFORM Leadership School.