As the project bridges the gap between conventional teaching and newly developed and tested methods and practices, we try to look towards the future not only through the lens of development and research, but also sustainability and availability. Therefor the partners of “If I were in your shoes” agreed on some fundamental guidelines, they subject their work to.

Resource sustainability

Funds will be used according to the contract and Erasmus+ rules. We will also stay within the laws of each partners country.

Human resources will be distributed on common ground towards participants considering time consummation and best performance.

Time will be used as best as possible relating to being on-time and on staying as focused as possible.

Sustainability of results

Future collaborations will be continued when appropriate. This means to use our partnership sustainably – establishing cooperation takes time and money and therefore good collaborations have to be preserved. It also means taking care of the partnership and responding accordingly to what happens as it happens. This agreement also involves participants who we invite to our trainings – we must establish and maintain good relations and safe space.

Access of results will be accomplished by spreading the results of the project among the (edu-)larp community and other target groups via social media, conferences, articles and more. Goal is to make results accessible to anyone even after the project.

Know-how transfer within and outside the project partnership is a keystone to the projects success. This also includes sharing information about potential partners who possess certain know how.

Environmental sustainability within the project

Materials will be used in a sustainable manner when possible and applicable. This includes online tools and services.

Transport and travelling should be in the most sustainable way depending on time and resources.

Food at meetings and trainings should be provided as sustainable as possible according to resource and participant sustainability.

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