Whether you are a regular follower of our blog or you have just come across us by chance – welcome to this week’s addition of our Glossary of Terms series!
Our aim at Meraki is to make Erasmus+ projects accessible to everyone. We know that some of the terminology can be difficult to grasp and can make developing a project seem daunting. That is why we have created this series of blog posts – to explain the terminology you need for Erasmus+ projects and make it all easy to understand.
We explain one term each week and give examples to make preparing your Erasmus+ project far easier. That way, you can focus on turning that great idea into an impressive proposal.
In last week’s post we looked at the term stakeholders. We discussed who they are and the importance of identifying them for your project. If you have not already had the opportunity to read it, it is definitely worth checking out!
This week´s term is INTELLECTUAL OUTPUTS
Have you ever heard of Intellectual Outputs? Do you know what they are?
Well, simply put, the term intellectual outputs means materials and new ideas that can be passed on and shared with other people. It is a set of activities that generates tangible and significant results in your project. There are lots of possible different formats for them such as publications and training materials, courses, didactic guides etc.
Intellectual outputs are an incredibly important part of your application process and, of course, your project. For that reason, they are something that you should think carefully about when drafting your project proposal.
We hope this has been useful for you!
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