More Info about the Tender: Test the SlideWiki platform and receive funding

After receiving a lot of feedback and many questions by interested applicants, with regard to our post about SlideWiki’s tender, we are happy to share more info about this notice of invitation to tender.

You can download the general description of the SlideWiki tender from this link:

Tender_SlideWiki EU Project – EU ICT-20-2015

Moreover in this document, you will find information about the following items: applicants’ profile, funding process, expected contributions by selected applicants, purpose of the large-scale trials, requirements and topics, selection and award criteria, proposed timetable, protection of personal data, useful links and a brief description of the SlideWiki project and its objectives.

This invitation to tender is launched jointly the following SlideWiki Partners: Leibniz University of Hannover (Germany), the Open University (UK), ATHENA Research Center (Greece) and the Institute for Applied Informatics (Germany).

Interested applicants can contact the following Partners from each Organisation in order to receive more information and to send their offer:

Selected candidates will have the opportunity to complete the trials before the end of October 2018 the latest. A timeframe of six months maximum per trial will be set, depending on the selected and agreed trial package. Only one trial will be implemented per selected candidate. This means that candidates can apply only once by sending their offer to one of the aforementioned partners.

We are looking forward to receiving your offers and to working with you!

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