A short paper about LINKS-UP project is now published and online available as pre-print:
There are several initiatives and projects trying to support inclusion through learning with Web 2.0. In order to get an overview, there is a need for a collection of results and lessons learnt. The project LINKS-UP, co-financed by the European Commission, aims at bringing together experiences and to provide recommendations for better projects and policies. In the following contribution, we want to present the project LINKS-UP in short and give an overview of exemplary projects that try to initiate and foster inclusion through so-called “learning 2.0”.
Within a case study of LINKS-UP, we from Salzburg Research will work on the following four good practices:
The LINKS-UP methodolgical approach can be illustrated as:
The text as preprint is available here:
- Schaffert, Sandra; Cullen, Joe; Hilzensauer, Wolf & Wieden-Bischof, Diana (2010). Inclusion through Learning and Web 2.0 – A New Project for Better Policies and Initiatives. In: V. Hornung-Prähauser & M. Luckmann (Ed.), Die lernende Organisation. Vom Web-2.0-Solisten zur Web-2.0-Jazzband, Salzburg: Salzburg Research, p. 57-64.