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How to develop education proposals - Webinar Series (EIT RawMaterials)

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EIT RawMaterials webinar series: “How to develop successful proposals for getting your ideas to learners - the things to think about!”

The idea of the webinar series is to support people work systematically to develop their idea into a concrete proposal - as they follow the webinars.  Each webinar will be 10-15 minutes long (all webinars will be recorded and uploaded to this page later on).

The aim of the  seminars  series is to discuss ideas and receive coaching by participating in optional seminars. Seminars are maximum 1 hour. The seminars listed below are only for Aalto People. 

Please log in to get access to the webinars and seminars link! 

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