The Living Rivers TPM, held in Palermo on 12-13 January, was an important moment for the collaborative initiative. The meeting provided a comprehensive overview of the project’s progress and laid the groundwork for the upcoming testing activities.
One of the key highlights of the meeting was an in-depth discussion on the status and development of the project’s app. The partners evaluated the results achieved so far, finalised the necessary adjustments and extended the application’s compatibility to both smartphones and computers.
Another important aspect of the meeting was the Educational Toolkit. The partners examined all its components, made observations, and took part in a collective discussion on the structuring of the user section and the registration process on the community platform located on the project’s website.
A key moment during the meeting was the testing of the river conservation board game and two of the four project-themed escape rooms. The overwhelmingly positive feedback received for the Escape Rooms validated the extensive effort put into their development and signalled the partners’ readiness to move forward with the material testing phase.
The Palermo meeting was essential in bringing together the collective efforts of the project partners and streamlining their focus for the upcoming testing phase. As the project progresses, the spirit of co-operation demonstrated at the meeting will undoubtedly contribute to the continued success and positive impact of the Living Rivers project!