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 Description of Outcome                                                                           

 08/12 Partners' agreement of final project work programme based on number of successful applicants.
 08/12 Each project partner finalises a working group in every participating organisation.
 09/12 Developing agenda for the first project meeting, a check-list of the dates and tasks to be used for monitoring the project progress and meeting the key objectives; completing the workshop evaluation questionnaires.
 11/12 Workshop 1 (Malta):  'Kick-off' meeting for partners to develop collegial relations and to finalise work schedule for project.
 11/12 Documentation of the Workshop 1 and its evaluation by participating learners.
 11/12 Agreement about the design and structure of the project website. Launching of the project website - this will serve as a central source of information about the project.  It will also present information about augmented reality in general.
 12/12 Project Newsletter 1 in electronic format – dissemination and report about the work done so far. As a
result of newsletters, various adult education stakeholders will be made aware of the JoyAR project
and its results.
 01/13 Preparation of a multi-media presentation with background material on augmented reality technology.  The impact of this result is to help make partners and also external adult education stakeholders  become familiar with this technology.
 02/13 Search for and compilation of on-line demonstrations of augmented reality education applications
 03-04/13 Completing of a minimum of 6 case-study flyers about augmented reality education applications.
 05/12 Workshop 2 (Croatia) – its documentation and evaluation
 06/13 Project Newsletter 2 in electronic format – dissemination and report about the work done so far and the progress of the project.
 04-09/13 Preparation of a minimum of 3 augmented reality models of castles or archaeological artefacts found in three of the partner countries, combined with relevant historical information to demonstrate how to make learning history topics more enjoyable.
 11/13 Workshop 3 (UK) – its documentation and evaluation
 12/13 Project Newsletter 3 – dissemination and report about the work, progress of the project and first



Preparation of a minimum of 3 augmented reality models of science topics (e.g. chemical molecules
or human organs) combined with relevant scientific information to demonstrate make learning scientific topics more enjoyable.
 02 - 03/14 Evaluation of the augmented reality case studies by teachers/trainers and learners.
 2013/2014 A set of JoyAR seminars organized by the consortium partners. Each partner will organize a seminar/
event in his country/region by which to disseminate information on the JoyAR project and also
demonstrate the application of augmented reality.
 03/14 Launching finished website, making all prepared materials available for the public.
 04/14 A prescriptive framework outlining the application of augmented reality-based technology for creating
joyful adult training study materials. The framework will be translated into all partner's native
languages and made available through the website.
 05/14 Evaluation results will be transformed into a set of best practices to be used on the development of
augmented reality-based educational courseware.
 05/14 Workshop 4 (Czech Republic) - final meeting including the final project conference, its documentation and evaluation
 06/14 Statistical Analysis Report Of the Impact Augmented Reality has on Educating Adult Learners
 06/14 Project Newsletter 4 – dissemination and group report on overall assessment of the project and
prepared materials
07/14 Finalise editing of video recordings of workshops and upload these to a YouTube channel that will be established to raise awareness about the project and to help disseminate our key results.
 07-08/14 Evaluation of the project and the draft of the final report.


First information about 3rd meeting has beed added to the website
JoyAR case-studies can be found in AR case-studies
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