The training provided is been conducted within the ECHO project. This project has received funding by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 830943
Learn what it takes to organise an ECHO Hackathon event. Get to know more about your role of organiser and connected tasks.
The organiser guides the event: he or she is the one who takes the floor during the Introduction and the Closing of the event and that guides the Plenary Discussion. He or she both acts, as the one who ensures that structural and organisational aspects of the events are taken care of and respected, and as the one who has a deep insight on what work has to be done by teams and how it is envisaged in ECHO project.
Before the event
Before the event, the organiser ensures that structural and organisational aspects of the events are taken care of and respected. Most importantly, the organisor has a clear view on why the event should happen, what problem statements should be solved in the group sessions, what target audience should be invited and how the outcomes can be further used by ECHO project.
During the event
The organiser guides the event: he or she is the one who takes the floor during the introduction and the closing of the event. Also, often this role chairs the delivery of the groups' pitches to the plenary and ensures that the timeslots are respected.
After the event
The organiser should have a clear view on the follow-up after the event, both in terms of learning from feedback (event organisation feedback questionnairs) as in terms of dissemination (social media and newsletter items). In addition, the organiser should also have a clear plan on how to use the output of the groups discussions in the further development of the work in the ECHO project.
Based on the defined role, the organiser will have to oversee or perform a number of tasks:
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