Work Packages (WPs) divide the project into smaller sections, based on the type of work they entail. In MEMENTOES, some WPs are administrative, some focus on technology, and others tackle dissemination. Although each WP is led by a single partner, all consortium members help complete the tasks within them.
Lead: FORTHThis WP aims to determine how games can be used to educate about social issues and to create a framework to build games around themes of remembrance. This stage includes discussions about narrative building, the planning phase of game development, and the creation of Game Design Documents.
This WP focuses on technical work: the creation of software, tools, and development building blocks that can be plugged into the different games. The goal of this stage is to streamline game production by creating resources that can be applied to any of the games in development.
This stage manages the technical and artistic work involved in creating the MEMENTOES games. Steps include programming, asset creation, and testing early versions of the games.
Lead: War Childhood Museum
This WP focuses on collecting evidence of the impact of MEMENTOES games as both entertainment and learning experiences, their efficacy as tools to advocate for social games, and their utility in museum contexts.
Lead: Trilateral Research
This WP focuses on maximising the impact of the MEMENTOES project by communicating it to experts, stakeholders, and the general public. Under this WP MEMENTOES will collaborate with similar EU-funded projects to maximise public awareness of the work.
This WP deals with the coordination of the project and the quality of its results. It includes both administrative tasks and assessments of the project’s adherence to ethical and legal standards.
This work package defines the ethics requirements the project must comply with.
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