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Network literature & links

Network theory

Barabasi, Albert-Laszlo (2002) Linked: The New Science of Networks. Cambridge. Mass: Perseus

Capra, Fritjof (2002): The Hidden Connections, London.

Castells, Manuel (2000): The Rise of the Network Society, Oxford.

Castells, Manuel (2002): The Internet Galaxy: Reflections on the Internet, Business and Society, Oxford.

International Network for Social Network Analysis

McCarthy, Helen / Miller, Paul / Skidmore, Paul (eds.) (2004): Network Logic. Who governs in an interconnected world?, London.

Wikipedia: Social Network

International network and project management

Bienzle, Holger / Kirtley, Ray / Ling, Sue / Purokuro, Vesa / Wiesinger, Silvia / Wilen, Eija (2004): A Survival Kit for European Project Management. Advice for Coordinators of Centralised Socrates Projects, Vienna: http://ec.europa.eu/education/programmes/llp/comenius/survival/survival04_en.pdf

CC Pace Systems (2003): Agile Project Management: http://www.ccpace.com/Resources/documents/AgileProjectManagement.pdf

European Commission, EuropeAid Cooperation Office (2004): Project Cycle Management Guidelines, Brussels:

IETM (2001): How Networking Works. IETM Study on the Effects of Networking: http://www.fitzcarraldo.it/en/research/IETM.pdf

Leonardo UK National Agency (2003): Transnational Partnership Guidance Note for Leonardo Projects, Birmingham:

MMI Consulting (2000): Input to Operational Guidelines. A Practical Guide on how to Set up, Run and Evaluate a Comenius Network, Herford:

Network of Innovating Regions in Europe (IRE) (2003): Management and Animation of a Transnational Network – Selected experience from the IRE Thematic Networks:

Kastelein, Jan-Peter / Ross, Mathew (2004): Handbook Virtual Teamwork. Making Cooperation Work in Leonardo da Vinci Projects. Information, Theory and Practical Tips, ’s-Hertogenbosch:

Network evaluation

Baumgartl, Bernd / Hughes, Jenny (2005): Project Manager’s Guide to Evaluation, Vienna:

Leonardo UK National Agency (2002): Evaluation Guidance Note for Leonardo Projects, Birmingham:

External and internal evaluation reports of SEED, a Comenius network:

Self-evaluation of school projects:

Self-evaluation in adult learning settings:

Espinach, Maite / Feijen, Toos / Reubsaet, Theo (2000): Handbook on evaluation and dissemination strategies for Comenius 2 projects, Nijmegen:

Dissemination and sustainability

European Commission, Directorate for Education and Culture (2006): Sustainability of international cooperation projects in the field of higher education and vocational training. Handbook on Sustainability, Luxembourg:

European Commission, Directorate for Education and Training: Leonardo Da Vinci Valorisation Key Documents:

European Commission, Directorate for Education and Training: European Quality Kit. Striving for Better Quality in Grundtvig Projects:

European Commission, Directorate General for Education, Training and Youth (1997): Dissemination and Commercialisation of Training Products. Guidelines for Promoters of Training Projects

Leonardo UK National Agency (2004): Valorisation Guidance Note for Leonardo Projects, Birmingham:

Sustain project (2000): Socrates ODL/Minerva dissemination guide:

Suurla, Riitta / Markkula, Markku & Finnish Leonardo Centre (1999): Methods and Tools for Effective Dissemination A Guide to the Dissemination of the Results of International Educational Projects. IACEE Report No 11/1999, Espoo: