- WP2 Test and evaluation
- WP3 Embedding
- WP4 Communication and Management
The work of the project is divided into four work packages (WP).
WP2 Test and evaluation¶
WP2.1 Evaluation strategies design¶
With the support of the QMUL Learning Institute workshop questionnaires will be developed based on their prior experience from other projects in order to evaluate the effectiveness of training material and their delivery. The feedback obtained will be used to inform future activities.
WP2.2 Feedback collection and analysis - online material¶
The online material will be released as early as possible during the project. Continuous online evaluation will be used to collect feedback and make the appropriate changes.
WP2.3 Feedback collection and analysis - research staff material¶
The workshop material will be tested at various institutions across the UK, and at the ISMIR 2012 conference, where questionnaires will be handed out at the end of each session.
WP2.4 Feedback collection and analysis - postgraduate course material¶
Feedback for the postgraduate course material will be collected through the standard course evaluation procedures in place at QMUL.
- D2.1 Questionnaires for evaluating training material (all types).
- D2.2 Summary of the collected feedback for the online material and recommendations for improvement.
- D2.3 Summary of the collected feedback for the research staff material and recommendations for improvement.
- D2.4 Summary of the collected feedback for the postgraduate course material and recommendations for improvement.
This work package will be carried out to organise the various workshops, courses and seminars in collaboration with the partners.
- D3.1 Final report on embedding.
WP4 Communication and Management¶
WP4.1 Project management¶
The project will be managed on a day-to-day basis by the PI, with project meetings held weekly to assess progress and problems. This has been our practice throughout the Sound Software project and previous JISC-funded projects. The CIs will participate in the management process to ensure compatibility and continuity with the requirements of the Sound Software project from a management and technical perspective respectively.
The project results will be disseminated through blog posts, Twitter, and official reports on the project's website. Results will also be presented at discipline-specific conferences (ISMIR, DAFx), and to other similar UK-based research institutions via the partnership with the Sound Software project.
- D4.1 Project site and feed.
- D4.2 Final report and publication of the material in the Jorum repository.