Guide to Transnational Cooperation in the Field of Distance Training, Volume 68
Duccio Guerra, Tina Bertzeletou
Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 1991 - Continuing education - 97 pages
This guide was developed to help administrators develop transnational distance education programs. It is organized in the order in which a cooperative project develops, using a question-and-answer format. The first seven chapters of the guide are structured to reflect the successive phases of a project: (1) Why should transnational cooperation be set up? (2) how to find the right partners; (3) how to define and agree on a working program; (4) how to define and agree on a financial plan; (5) how to obtain support for a project; (6) how to administer a cooperation project; and (7) how to use the results of cooperation. The eighth chapter contains a brief description of a few typical cases of transnational cooperation; for its examples, it refers to and quotes from the first seven chapters. The ninth chapter is a summary of some of the programs being promoted by the Commission of the European Communities, and the 10th chapter contains useful background on information sources. (KC)
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