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D1.1

Project Management Handbook


The Tools4LEAs project is a project executed by EACTDA and its members, which have heterogeneous cultural and organizational characteristics, and across multiple different countries. This is a challenge that requires a tailored project management approach. Best practices from different project management models (i.e., PMBOK©, Agile) and lessons learned from previous similar projects (e.g., ASGARD, FREETOOL, GRACE) will be adopted.

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NOTE: this deliverable has not been approved by the European Commission yet, therefore it is subject to changes.

D1.2

Quality Management Handbook


The aim of this deliverable is to describe the mechanisms that will be used throughout the project to ensure the quality level of the project deliverables and the project outcomes. It will serve as a guide to the project team members, to ensure that quality reviews will occur at appropriate points throughout the project. It will also serve as a reference for all project participants, to understand their responsibilities, regarding the project deliverables and outcomes.
Moreover, this document outlines the success criteria for each deliverable, defines the structure of each deliverable, describes the quality review techniques and it also defines configuration management procedures and change control.

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NOTE: this deliverable has not been approved by the European Commission yet, therefore it is subject to changes.

D1.8

Ethical, legal, privacy, and social impact management Handbook


This document provides reference materials and guidelines to aid ensuring that the project is implemented in compliance with all ethical, privacy, and data protection principles and regulations.
This document focuses on the guidelines, procedures, and necessary templates support the following activities:

  • Creation and update of a Data Management Plan.
  • Preparation, execution, and reporting of a data protection impact assessment.
  • Preparation, execution, and reporting of a social impact assessment.
  • Preparation, execution, and reporting of an ethics assessment.

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NOTE: this deliverable has not been approved by the European Commission yet, therefore it is subject to changes.

D1.9

First report on ethical, legal, privacy, and social impact activities


This document reports on the work done in relation to ethical legal, privacy, and social impact aspects during the first 12 months of the Tools4LEAs project.

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NOTE: this deliverable has not been approved by the European Commission yet, therefore it is subject to changes.

D1.10

Final report on ethical, legal, privacy, and social impact activities


This deliverable is planned to be delivered in month 24 of the project (Jun'23). If there are no changes or delays, it should be published here soon afterwards.

D2.1

Project Website and Communication and Dissemination materials


This deliverable outlines the creation, setup and maintenance of the Tools4LEAs' public website and the design and acquisition of other dissemination materials that will be used for communication and dissemination activities along the Tools4LEAs project.

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NOTE: this deliverable has not been approved by the European Commission yet, therefore it is subject to changes.

D2.2

Communication and Dissemination plan


Communication is essential to the proper promotion of the project and its results, whilst dissemination activities will focus on ensuring that the project results are made available to the intended targeted audiences.
This document will present the plan to effectively and efficiently manage the communication and dissemination activities of the Tools4LEAs project.

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NOTE: this deliverable has not been approved by the European Commission yet, therefore it is subject to changes.

D2.3

Report on Communication and Dissemination activities


This deliverable is planned to be delivered in month 24 of the project (Jun'23). If there are no changes or delays, it should be published here soon afterwards.

D2.4

Stakeholders community building and management strategy and plan


This document focuses on describing which strategy will be followed to build and manage the stakeholders community of the Tools4LEAs project.
The stakeholder management strategy will identify and document which approaches will be taken in order to identify the key stakeholders and to maintain or increase the support of those that favour the project and to decrease the negative impacts of those stakeholders that are against it, all of this in a continuous manner throughout the life of the project. The stakeholder management strategy will identify the key stakeholders along with the level of power and influence they have on the project, and it will establish how to manage each of the different resulting stakeholder groups/categories.
This document also present the management plan that implements the aforementioned strategy.

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NOTE: this deliverable has not been approved by the European Commission yet, therefore it is subject to changes.

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