October 2019

Erasmus+ storytelling tips for case study
Following digital media expert Jennifer Jones’ recommendations for engaging digital storytelling, we are sharing further insights on how to write your Erasmus+ story. After the live interview with our content writer Sarah Kearney earlier this year, here’s our list of top tips Record your project through photos and videos Nothing can better show the progress and results of a project than images....
Project participants stood in bakery in front of bread
Food is so much more than fuel. It brings people together - it also gives a flavour of a country’s culture and its people’s identity. As we mark World Food Day on 16 October, we offer you a sample of how Erasmus+ people are getting a taste for new experiences and gaining new skills, over breakfast, lunch and dinner. Learning about food and how to cook for yourself may be the first new skill you...
Man sitting at table at event taking photo with phone
New to photography? Being responsible for capturing photos of your project’s activities can seem overwhelming at first. But don’t worry - our step-by-step guide is here to help, with useful tips and essential information to give you the confidence to start snapping away. Why should you take photographs? Taking photographs throughout your project is key to your Erasmus+ experience. Photos help to...
Our #epluspeople are finding new, creative ways to become sustainable and encourage others to protect the environment. We hear from beneficiary Euri Vidal, from The Surefoot Effect, who gives us an insight into how Erasmus+ projects can play a part in sustainability. Across Europe, the environment and sustainability are a big focus in the public consciousness due to the damaging effects of...