OVerview guidelines

How to start recognising? Below you can find all the frameworks and guidelines that the partners of the MIRVA project have produced. Enjoy reading and start recognising!

Open Recognition Framework

The key innovation supported by O1 is a framework that contributes to “making informal recognition visible.” While formal recognition is obviously visible and the formal recognition of informal learning too, informal recognition remains mainly hidden and therefore of little transactional value. The involvement of the different stakeholders will be critical to creating a

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Guidelines for Technology Providers & Clients

This outcome is designed to establish a bridge between the technology providers in the field of education, employment and human resources with the range of stakeholders who have to make decisions on the technologies to buy, install, configure or develop recognition systems. Guiding you to recognise! Also want to recognise

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Guidelines for Organisations & Practitioners

This outcome is designed to address adult education providers and training centres and the professionals working there. The objective is to raise their awareness on the different modalities for recognising learning and achievements so they can be translated into some form of recognition by education and training providers, for example

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Guidelines for linking informal recognition with Frameworks

While the heart of the project is the ‘informal recognition of informal learning’ one of the objectives of MIRVA is to explore the means to bridge the gap between formal and informal recognition. One of the elements that could help bridging that gap is the exploitation of existing frameworks such

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Guidelines for Communities & Individuals

These documents are designed to address individuals and their communities directly so that they can initiate the establishment of local recognition networks – “local” in the sense of “proximal” to the main theme of a community, whether that community is local or related to a practice, for example a professional

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Meet The People Who Wants To Recognise...

What can we do to recognise and be recognised? Technology, policies, stakeholders like employers: many factors play a role when recognition is needed. The partners of MIRVA have collected many stories of people in the field of education, employment and the social & culture area to empower you with new insights and guidelines to be recognised and to recognise. Enjoy!Meet the people