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1. Creating a spidergram


  1. Reflect on the key elements of learning during the three modules using a spidergram. See an example here:
  2. Join the MOOC Discussion Mail List on and send your spidergram to the group with a short explanation about the thinking behind your spidergram (i.e it may represent all the new things you have learned, or it may represent the most useful elements which you hope to apply in your practice or it may represent just the evidence which exists, etc).
  3. View the spidergrams of your peers and provide 3 lines of feedback to each of three peers. Tell them what you: - like about their spidergram, tell them how they could improve it if appropriate, if you may use it in the future, and anything else which is constructive and encouraging.
Key outputs

IENE 1, 2008-2010

  • Research report EN
  • PTT/IENE Model EN
  • Report of the survey EN
  • Good Practice Manual EN

IENE 2, 2010-2012

  • Transnational Report  EN
  • ToT methodology  EN  RO  FR  NL
  • Strategic Guide  EN
  • Final conference  EN
  • Brochure with project results  EN

IENE 3, 2013-2015

IENE 4, 2014-2016

  • Report on integrative literature reviews EN
  • Needs assessment report EN
  • An European model for the development of role models to promote and support culturally competent and compassionate care EN
  • Curriculum EN
  • Report of the Tools EN

IENE 5, 2015-2017

  • Needs assessment Report EN
  • Training Model EN RO IT EL DK
  • Curriculum EN
  • Handbook for MOOC facilitators EN
  • MOOC Best Practice Guide EN

IENE 6, 2016-2018

IENE 7, 2017-2019

IENE 8, 2018-2021

IENE 9, 2019-2021

IENE 10, 2020-2022

  • Download the project Outputs here.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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