Results for the expert


  • Exploitation of Project Results (Month 13 - 24) Responsible UTH iLike
    Not started

    To improve the impact, sustainability and utilization in language education and training by deploying new evaluation and assessment methods, including services and mobile learning supported training solutions at national level in each partner country. Promote further transfer of projects products, across several tangents to ensure maximization of multiplier effects, including promotion of project results as a facilitator of European-wide harmonization of skills.


    • Adoption of methodologies and results within partner organizations
    • Leverage of outcomes to additional learning scenarios, other thematic areas, and target sectors
    • External adoption strategy guideline

    D 7.1Exploitation strategy guideline in English

     A teaser video of the iLike tool, for use in exploitation activities


  • Dissemination of Project Results (Month 1 -24) Responsible HiST iLike

    To disseminate the project results in NO, SE, Serbia and GR, and in Europe, towards stakeholders in the language learning community, academia, the general public, and the software industry during and after completion of project. This includes maximization of awareness to stakeholders on language training activities with respect to the transfer of innovation in life long skill development in the language learning sector. Offer national seminars and workshops, and dissemination meetings with stakeholders in European countries that may test and use the final products and deliverable from the project.


    • Project web site
    • Informational leaflet and poster
    • Presentations to conferences, workshops and seminars
    • Contacts with thematic networks, policy makers, stakeholders, dissemination through stands at exhibitions, meetings with organizations, and publications to EC databases 

    D 6.1 - Project web site (28.2.2013)
    D 6.2 - Informational leaflet and poster (31.8.2013)
    D 6.3/D 6.4Publications to conferences, workshops and seminars/Presentations to Educational Thematic Networks and stakeholders 



  • Learning Activities Services Implementation (Month 7 - 23) Responsible HCR iLike
    Not started

    Develop Logic Language Software (LLS) services for use on PC, Mac, Digital blackboards and mobile devices. Document services through technical implementation guidelines. Investigate if it is best to use Web-APPS or an APPS solution for the mobile devices. It is expected that the time it take to transfer the “language data” through the Wi-FI network will be an important aspect that decide which technology to use.


    • Developing Logic Language Software services for support of diagnostic language training in vocabulary, syntax and conjugation in education and training for children and students age 13-18
    • Implementation description of services through technical guidelines

    D 4.1 - Logic Language Software online services for teachers, children and students in English, Serbian, Swedish, Greek and Norwegian (31.10.2014)

    Interested in start using the iLike software?
    Teacher first installation steps:

    1. Install / update Adobe Air from
    2. Get and install the teacher client from
    3. Register in order to get an account at
    4. Request teacher role at
    5. You can now use the teacher client. Start it up and to login use username@ilike in the username text box from the login dialog to get automatically the connection settings enter the chosen password and click "Connect"
    6. Point students to with a Webkit browser like Chrome, Iron, Safari or a IPhone, Ipod touch, Ipad or Android smartphone or tablet.

    For subsequent uses one needs to follow steps 5 and 6.  If using the software on a new computer after having a valid account one needs to follow points 1,2, 5 and 6.


    • The light client supports other browsers, e.g. Internet Explorer and Firefox
    • In order to use ordering questions students must use the iLike Beta student client

    D 4.2Guidelines containing documentation of implemented services in English (31.10.2014)


  • Didactical Methodologies for Acquiring Language Skills through Logic Language Software, and Diagnostic Language Training (Month 4 - 21) Responsible CFL iLike
    Not started

    Develop the diagnostic language training methods for acquiring language skills through immediate peer learning verification or elaborative feedback to Assessments, and use of Diagnostics, Interactive language Neutral services. Adapt and extend the assessment methods from the KA3 Done-IT project (2011-12), and pilot the instructor training with use of Logic Language Software services and mobile devices.


    • Guidelines for inquiry- and project-based diagnostic language skill development methods for children age 13-18
    • Guidelines addressing pedagogical frameworks that deploy Logic Language Software as an diagnostic language training skill online development service
    • Collaborative peer learning evaluation and assessment methodologies connecting engagement and creativity to diagnostic language thinking
    • Teacher skill development guidelines and instructor training pilots.  

    D 3.1 - Didactical Methodologies for Acquiring Language Skills through Logic Language Software, and Diagnostic Language Training. 

    D 3.242 cases and instructor training pilots for Acquiring Language Skills through Logic Language Software, and Diagnostic Language Training.


  • Learning Requirements for Acquiring Language Skills through Logic Language Software, and Diagnostic Language Training (Month 1-10) Responsible HiST iLike

    To identify the national level requirements including life long skill development for the participating countries, and to identify training requirements at the European level by using the input of national contact points. The training requirements includes technical specifications, equipment solutions, and pedagogical methodologies. Finally, to identify state of the art technical solutions for Logic language Software.


    • Stakeholder mapping that identify groups that benefit from the diagnostic language training skills development methodologies in secondarry- and high school education
    • What is the status quo in language skill development curricula in secondary- and high schools? This includes formal school curricula for children aged 13-18 in participating schools, and at national levels in countries represented in the consortium
    • The structural and analytical logic language learning requirements analysis summarize the requirements for enhancing current curricula and approaches for developing diagnostic language training skills through innovative Logic Language Software, and didactical environments promoting inquiry-based problem solving
    • The structural and analytical instructional skill upgrading recommendations for teachers analyse teacher needs and potential enhancement required for incorporating the proposed diagnostic language training skill development methodologies into exisiting teaching practices. This includs inquiry-based didactical approaches, deployment of ICT and mobile technology services, widening of digital skills, and proposed strategies for instructor professional development


  • Project management (Month 1-24) Responsible HCR iLike

    To ensure the smooth execution of the proposed work plan taking into account dependencies among work packages, milestones, and the foreseen budget.


    • Preparation of project progress and final reports with meeting minutes (Month 12 and 26)
    • Partner agreements (Month 3)
    • Distance video collaboration tools (Month 3)
    • Bi-annual consortium meetings
    • Administrative and financial reporting procedures and tools

    D 1.1 - Intermediate progress report (1.1.2014) and Final report (31.1.2015)

    • Public part of final report from the iLike project. The confidential and financial report are not public documents. They may be accessed from the project member area. 

    D 1.2 - Partner agreements
    D 1.3 - Distance collaboration infrastructure
    D 1.4 - Bi-annual consortium meetings
    D 1.5 - Administrative and financial reporting procedures and tools


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use, which may be made of the information contained therein.

SRS 2.0, PELE 1.5, Eval 1.0 and iLike 1.0 are available for use.