The Logbook (the logbook.eu) is a web-based documentation system for Youth Work. The system has been created through a Erasmus + financed Strategic Partnership. Read more about the project under RISE further down. The Logbook is managed by KEKS – a swedish network of municipality departments that carry out youth work in Sweden.
To get access to a free test account contact firstname.lastname@example.org. (In the free test account you can access all functions in the system but you can not store data.)
-for common systems for documentation of youth work and non-formal learning
The project is a Strategic partnership financed by the European Commission and the Erasmus + programme through The Swedish Agency for Youth and Civil Society. The project is coordinated by KEKS and it involves three other European partners from Ireland, Estonia and Romania. Moreover, a representant of the Helsinki Municipality will join the project’s activities.
The purpose of the project is to develop and test a youth work documentation system starting from the Loggboken. (www.loggboken.org)
The project is being implemented between January 2015 and December 2016. During this time we will organize 12 meetings for the two working groups working in the project: the “system development group” and “project management group”.
The system development group has the tasks of developing the system for documentation of youth work, test it and upgrade it if needed. After the development of the new youth work documentation system there will be a testing phase. During the testing phase, the new system will be tested and adjustments will be made if needed. The group has 8 members, two from each partner organization. For more information about the progress and work of this group contact email@example.com.
The project management group has the task of organizing all the practicalities so the project runs smooth and the system development group can do their job as good as possible. The project management group is responsible for organizing meetings, monitoring, risk management, evaluating, reporting etc. The group has 5 members, one per organization and a fifth who has the role of acting as a bridge between the two working groups.
Below you can see a GANTT diagram of the project: