Archive How do you promote learning and dialogue within your consortium?

  • By Carina Bachofen & Bettina Koelle
  • 09/06/2015
9 June 11:30 am (UK time): Join us for a discussion exploring how partners promote learning & dialogue within and beyond the BRACED programme. What works well and what challenges do we face? How can we better connect with one another and what are some of the tools and approaches out there that facilitate learning and ensure we put learning principles to practice. Get to know about some of the KM tools and approaches that may be useful and share your own tools and experiences as well! We look forward to seeing you online.

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