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this concluding overview we want to relate the European projects analysed
before (figures 4 to 6) to
the CEDRA activities. It is one of the objectives of CEDRA to promote collaboration
and synergies between projects in order to generate further knowledge.
The extent to which this objective has been achieved can be illustrated,
in quantitative terms, by the following evidence:
the involvement of project partners in CEDRA activities, both as participants
in events and authors in publications.
from 24 projects (out of the total number of 30 investigated projects incl.
FORUM) have been involved. The number of representatives per project ranges
between one and four in most cases, while only EUROPROF and FORUM exceed
this average (confirming the special role which these two related networks
have played in the overall community of European VET researchers and in
the reference to project outcomes in CEDRA publications, by drawing on
interim or final results and quoting the reports concerned.
the eight major publications considered in this analysis, ten projects
are represented by at least one contribution. Special attention has been
paid to a group of projects related to the CEDRA themes of learning in
organisations, work related learning and work process knowledge (FORUM:
work package 'Learning Organisation', ORGLEARN and WEX21C).
the above evidence indicates that CEDRA has been active as 'arena' for
promoting project related research and collaboration.
WIFO Manning 2003
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