Why to use the documentation tool?
The main principle of the documentation is to describe the successful co-operation models in relatively simple, practical way, ”this is how we did it” or “this is how it has been done” and learn from good examples. The aim is to have a common way to describe the best practises, so that they can be easily compared, collected together and comprehended by all.
Why to describe the good practise?
By describing your best practice for co-operation by the documentation tool, you can easily compare your way to work together with SMEs with the numerous co-operation models used in NEMO and Envolwe-projects. You have an excellent chance to learn form good co-operation models throughout Europe and use the best parts of them! If you choose to contribute to Envolwe –project with your best practise case, as a token of our appreciation, you will get in return mail the descriptions of all the best practise cases collected together in the project.
What to do?
In the documentation model firstly the actors related to the co-operation model are described. After that the reason for co-operation and expected results (why the co-operation was established) is explained. The activities in the model are explained task by task in the practical level. Please be specific! In addition each best practise case has been evaluated by the national authors based on its strengths and weaknesses, as well as its suitability for nature-based sector is assessed.
From this page you can find the documentation template. If you have in your knowledge a best practise case that you feel is worthwhile benchmarking, please fill in the documentation template. As return mail you will get a summary of all best practise descriptions collected together in Envolwe –project.
Learn by sharing the experiences!
Further information: Anne Matilainen (email@example.com)