The ROLE project (Responsive Open Learning Environments) is running dissemination contests twice a year, where project partners compete over the number and quality of their dissemination activities.
The winner of the latest contest is the KMi team led by Alexander Mikroyannidis and consisting of Peter Scott, Teresa Connolly, Joe Corneli and Fridolin Wild. The team has been highly active in disseminating ROLE both within the UK and abroad, through scientific publications, seminars, open educational resources, and more.
The trophy is a pirate hat, awarded to the ‘captain’ of the team. The handover from the previous winner took place last week during the 3rd ROLE Developers Camp in Leuven.