Dear Project Partners,
below you will find all kinds of resources that you can use in your communication and dissemination activities. Please contact us if you would like to request additional materials.
You are also invited to watch a short introductory webinar:
Table of Contents:
Last updated: 05.05.2020
In the linked file you will find a short identity statement, which presents the core mission, vision and values of the project in a comprehensive way, read more here.
To download a logo, please click on it with the right mouse button, and then choose the “Save Image As…” option.
The logo consists of an image and a word. The image is made up of different triangles, which together constitute a larger triangle. The small triangles image the knowledge of the various academic partners. Together they form a larger resource of knowledge. The lines between the different triangles image the network of the partners of ReIReS.
In general, the logo refers to an infrastructure. The infrastructure has an open character, because knowledge (collected during all stages of the project) can be drawn from the database in order to impact society. The logo also represents the development and dynamic of the project.
You can find high quality versions in the following archive: ReIReS Logo
ReIReSearch logos can be downloaded here.
Any dissemination of results, any communication activity must:
- – display the EU Emblem, read more here.
- – include the following text: “This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730895.”
ReIReS developed some specific EU Emblems, to be used by its partners:
To download a template just click on it and downloading should start immidiately.
ReIReS Introduction Video
The HR-file of the video is also available in the ReIReS Seafile archive (Seafile/shared material/ReIReS Introduction video)
There are three tutorial videos:
Video 1: Basic information on SeaFile
Video 2: Install procedures for SeaFile
Video 3: A demo on the usage of ReIReS shared folder
Coming soon in the Seafile Archive.