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Our available public documents are:
- D1.4: Annual Quality Assurance Evaluation Report, October 2011 to September 2012.
- D1.5: Annual Quality Assurance Evaluation Report, October 2012 to September 2013.
- D2.1: Analysis of Data collected from refined questionnaire and focus groups.
This report presents and adequately analyzes quantitatively and qualitatively the data collected through questionnaires and focus groups conducted.
- D2.2: Description of preliminary selection of candidate challenges to focus.
The main challenges, records of past and present best cases as well as expected future solutions are analyzed. This report also refers to the state of the existing new media applications and ICTs
- D2.4: Implementation instructions for Pilot testing.
This report reflects the conceptual framework of pilot implementation, providing instructions and
guidelines for the pilot trials
- D3.1: Terms of Reference — Research Baseline Report.
This report produces a precise plan for all development activities and a statement of the principles underpinning them and shared by the consortium members. Furthermore it includes the scope of the technological and socio-economic research of the project and a summary account of other relevant research which may be ongoing or completed during the life cycle of the proposed project, so that such research can be consulted at various stages of the work, and not duplicated.
- D3.2: New Media Challenges Report.
Intended to lay the conceptual foundations, prompt reflection and identify key areas of focus for the design of the DIG system, this report is the basis of the innovation and foresight work included in the project. This deliverable will lead to the development of robust evidence bank of existing trends and insight from the academic community and industrial experts. An integral part of the critical forward thinking process will be the drafting and gradual writing-up of a series of synoptic thematic documents, the “Challenges and Opportunities Working Papers”, one for each of the key areas for exploration identified.
- D3.3: DIG Innovation Model Tool Box.
DIG Innovation Model Tool Box will provide a practice oriented set of thought provoking texts which will transform the outcome of the critical forward thinking activity into concrete propositions and guidelines that will afford innovative design and planning in new media applications. This deliverable will provide the basis for conceptualization and decisions in other aspects of the project including technological design, evaluation and dissemination strategy.
- D5.1: 1st Pilot Round Report.
This deliverable describes the detailed design and preparation of the first pilot round, in which different target users experience the overall set of the initial DIG Toolkit Prototype.
- D5.2: 2nd Pilot Round Report.
This deliverable describes the detailed design and preparation of the second pilot round, in which different target users experience the overall set of the DIG Toolkit Prototype and, thus, the DIG team identifies any final modifications that are needed for the fine-tuning of the Final DIG Toolkit and Platform.
- D6.1: Project Website.
Development of a website and blog describing the DIG project, its objectives and its participants.
This site is also a platform to consult the latest news from the technology used in the DIG project.
- D6.3: Delivery of Training Manual for SMEs regarding DIG deployment.
This report presents the curriculum of the training programs dedicated to DIG Toolkit Platform that will be conducted in Europe in each of the countries represented in the consortium. It provides the necessary training in form of a training manual that allows the SMEs to unlock the full potential of the DIG Platform.