In terms of the present Erasmus+ Programme, the target audience groups are both internal and external. Internal target audiences are:
- IN1 - Teaching staff of all faculties to be actively involved in the teaching activities, in consideration of integrated planning and design methods in their teaching
- IN2 – Registered students who actively join the activities. Their feedback will be useful for improving the didactic methodology
- IN3 – University principals, deans/international coordinators/eteaching staff/centres for academic instruction – to be informed about the developments at all stages of the project, about the module’s methods and structure in order to enhance transfer of good-practise within the institution.
External target audiences (outside the organisations) are:
- OUT1 – National/international teachers from various domains. Motive: raise awareness for the theme, enhance curricular development, support continuing education in the field of ICT-based instruction/learning
- OUT2 – National/international learners from various domains. Motive:encourage their participation in the online parts of the course in order to enhance the development of knowledge and skills
- OUT3 – The wider general public. Motive: enhance public discourse on integrated planning and design for coastal landscapes and the urban-land interface, encourage participation in open access learning activities
- OUT4 – Local and regional authorities: enhance public discourse on integrated planning and design for coastal landscapes and the urbanland interface as relevant driving force for environmental protection, social cohesion and sustainable growth
- OUT5 – National/international professionals. Motive: updating knowledge, spreading and sharing ideas, and feedback regarding the intellectual outputs In both these activities, students and staff members are actively involved. Given the presence of so many partners and students of different cultures, the first phase is the socalled “internal dissemination” to let the partners have a common understanding about the project and to agree on the main strategic activities. The internal dissemination plan should be drafted foreseeing the expected project results, targeting the groups for dedicated activities and tasks, scheduling an efficient calendar, and sharing information about the available resources – both human and financial.
- OUT6 – National/international networks as dissemination hubs such as thematic educational networks and European associations. Motive: raise awareness for project activities and its intellectual products.
European Landscape Network
Various partners in the European Landscape Network contribute to the implementation of the European Landscape Convention and can be strategic partners for your coastal landscape planning course:
- Civilscape (network of NGOs)
- Uniscape (network of universities)
- ENELC (public and regional authorities)
- ECLAS (the European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools)
- AESOP (the Association of European Schools of Planning)
- IFLA-Europe (the European branch of the International Federation of Landscape Architects)
- ISOCARP (the International Society of City and Regional Planners)