Sunday, 3 April 2016

On Dissemination

From Erasmus+ website:

Promotion and dissemination

Once you have started your project there are many different ways you can share your project’s news, updates and successes.
Dissemination is a term used by the European Commission in many of its documents and simply means to spread widely. All projects are encouraged to share (or disseminate) the successes of their project. This means that even after your project finishes the successes can still have an impact in the future.

Why should I promote and disseminate my project?

The main aim is to spread the word and embed the project’s results. It can help raise the profile of your organisation, create new opportunities to extend the project and develop partnerships for the future. You will also be asked to detail dissemination activities as part of reporting requirements. So it is a good thing to bear in mind at the start, during and after your project.

So what kinds of things can this include?

The kinds of things you could share include fresh approaches to tackle a problem, products such as e-learning tools and handbooks, best practice case studies, leaflets and much more. TheProgramme Guide has more details about the kinds of physical or tangible outputs such as these and wider experiences you may wish to share.


We have produced a press pack to help you promote your project outside your organisation. You can download the full Press Pack (552 KB) containing all the documents in the pack.
The pack contains:
Don’t forget that we are collecting examples of Erasmus+ projects in the news in our monthly feature. You can find all the editions in our press room at Has your project been in the news? Then send us an email or contact us on social media and we’ll feature you!

How to use the Erasmus+ logo?

If you have been successful in applying for Erasmus+ funding, you will need to use the European Commission’s Erasmus+ logo and acknowledge that your project is receiving EU support.
The Slideshare below will help guide you on how to use the logo. This presentation was updated on 11/12/15 to reflect information for beneficiaries in the 2016 Call programme guide.
You can also download a pdf version of the logo guide (220 KB).

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