The following table contains a list of possible results of the SO CLOSE project for which future exploitation can be envisaged.

For each result, a description of the type of result and the possible directions of future exploitation and the partner subjects who will take care of these aspects as owners of the results are also given.

This table will be kept updated in the next months of the project in case there are new results to be included or there are new details to be specified in it.

Exploitable Result IDResult typeDescriptionWhere to findExploitation direction
R01DatasetDatasets collected from fieldwork. 196 Interviews to refugees and asylum seekers, as well as scholars and migration experts, policymakers, professionals and representatives of cultural institutions and NGOs.(confidential)
Researchers interested in accessing the information may do so upon request.
The procedure to follow, to request access to the anonymized information, will be published on the web https://so-close.eu/ in Dezember 2022.
Civic society
R02DatasetDatasets collected from Focus Groups. VDA, MUME, MONTE, GFR held FGs activities (15 FGs all in all) with refugees, policymakers, academics and cultural institutions NGOs representatives(confidential)
Researchers interested in accessing the information may do so upon request.
The procedure to follow, to request access to the anonymized information, will be published on the web https://so-close.eu/ in Dezember 2022.
Research
R03DocumentalVideo, photographic, audio or documentary material that is collected during the workshops and that will be kept for the projectInternational conference-June 2020 ;
Focus Groups media gathering workshop 2020 ;
WP2: Co-design of the tools for cultural heritage co-creation
Research
R04Digital ToolThe projects are the digital narratives web pages created and published with the tools by the SO-CLOSE pilots, in the project’s framework, and by the institutions using the tools, in the future.Open Access.
Available to any user through the Memory Center Platform after completion of the project.
Research
R05Software/DocumentalThe SO-CLOSE tools are three web-based software prototypes, produced in WP3, that allow to create and publish digital cultural heritage narratives as individual projects.
They provide an authoring component (back-end) to upload and describe atomic content, compose complex content with different display modules (at least five different modules for each tool) and an API to perform content interoperability with the MCP.
They also provide three sharing environments (front-end) the interactive story map, the immersive web doc and the participatory virtual exhibition, all integrating accessibility and multi-language features.
Replicability to other CIs (outside SO-CLOSE) dealing with refugees (similar purpose). Free invitation to use SO-CLOSE tools and feed them with content.
Exploitation: other non-related organisations. Shells not connected to MCP. A service (commercialisation) of adapting tools.
Civic society
R06Software/Documental“The Memory Center Platform is a sw prototype produced in WP3, it will be the central Content Manager for SO-CLOSE project contents and will be responsible to:
Store the atomic contents (image, video, text etc) created with Tools software in pilots sites
Provide a user interface to search, show and update the atomic content Interact with the external SW components to crawl specific internet web site and social media data getting additional related contents.”
The MCP will be made available at the end of the project with an Open Source license on GITHUB.
Both the SW part and the user manual will be downloadable through GITHUB.
Research
R07Software/DocumentalThe YouTube crawler, the twitter crawler, the websites crawler and the semantics component are software prototypes produced in WP3. The crawlers will be responsible for retrieving online data from social media platforms and websites, thus all sorts of multimedia will be collected that do not violate any copyright infringement laws and possibly form datasets. Additionally, the semantic component will unify incoming information under ontologies from atomic and complex content and construct the knowledge graph of SO-CloseBoth the SW part and the user manual will be open-sourced and downloadable through GITHUB after completion of the project.Civic society
R08DocumentalDocumentation and articles that have been produced or are in the process of being producedFrom Damascus to Chios: History in crisis ;
BEFORE THE CONVENTION. THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR, REFUGEES HISTORY AND THE CHALLENGES FOR RESEARCH ON THE PAST OF FORCED MIGRATIONS ;
«Refugiad@s. La población no combatiente y las guerras del siglo XXI» ;
Las guerras de la memoria antes de la guerra
Civic society
R09DocumentalThis report presents all the main results of the fieldwork conducted with all major stakeholders: refugee and asylum seeker communities, policymakers, cultural institutions, NGOs, and academics. The report attempts to assess needs and identify challenges in the sharing of the experience of forced displacement between refugees and the local communities in Europe where they have resettled.https://ddd.uab.cat/record/251585Civic society
R10DocumentalReport representing complement for deliverable D.1.1 useful to provide a theoretically-informed approach to migration and heritage in response to the project’s objective to “contribute to social cohesion and fight refugee marginalization or exclusion by facilitating the encounters between similar life stories, through the mediation of innovative digital and artistic tools” (GA, p.3).
It reviews academic publications exploring how present-day global migrations resonate with the contemporary interest in the history of cross-border mobility in the receiving European societies.
https://ddd.uab.cat/record/251586Civic society
R11DocumentalDeliverable 1.3 aims to conduct analytical research that will serve the specific topics and needs of the project, addressing the available solutions through a state-of-the-art digital tool’s analysis, applied in the cultural heritage and migration fields.
https://ddd.uab.cat/record/251589Civic society
R12DocumentalThe deliverable illustrates the Focus group activities findings in relation with the core themes of the project: memory, cultural heritage, social cohesion and digital tools production and exploitation.
https://ddd.uab.cat/record/251590Civic society
R13DocumentalThe deliverable illustrates academic premises and experiential competences that allow the Consortium to build a replicable methodology for Co-creation activities in social contexts.https://ddd.uab.cat/record/260321Civic society
R14DocumentalThe deliverable illustrates how to evaluate the effectiveness of the co-creation methodology applied in social cohesion activities.https://ddd.uab.cat/record/260322Research
R15DocumentalThe deliverable describes the guidelines of the implementation process Open Access
available in the UAB institutional public repository DDD to ensure a long‐term life and accessibility.
available in SO-CLOSE website https://so-close.eu/
Civic society
R16DocumentalHow-to manual is a document that describes the guidelines for the use of each Tool and the processes that will be applied with respect to the various contents that will be considered
Open Access
available in the UAB institutional public repository DDD to ensure a long‐term life and accessibility.
available in SO-CLOSE website https://so-close.eu/
Research
R17DocumentalThis deliverable is report for an evaluation of the trial on Pilot sites
Open Access
available in the UAB institutional public repository DDD to ensure a long‐term life and accessibility.
available in SO-CLOSE website https://so-close.eu/
Civic society
R18Digital ToolThis document is about the content to be archived at the Memory Center Open Access
available in the UAB institutional public repository DDD to ensure a long‐term life and accessibility.
available in SO-CLOSE website https://so-close.eu/
Policy level
R19DocumentalThis deliverable is a book on social innovation driven by art/best practices and recommendations on the involvement of artists and introduce creative thinking into technology-driven sectors. Open Access
available in the UAB institutional public repository DDD to ensure a long‐term life and accessibility.
available in SO-CLOSE website https://so-close.eu/
Policy level
R20DocumentalThis deliverable contain is a catalogue of Digital Tools for Co-creation and cultural heritage Sharing Open Access
available in the UAB institutional public repository DDD to ensure a long‐term life and accessibility.
available in SO-CLOSE website https://so-close.eu/
Policy level
R21DocumentalBased on the experiences and perceptions of selected stakeholders, this policy paper assesses the needs, identifies the challenges, and draws policy-relevant recommendations about the sharing of the experience of forced displacement between refugees and the local communities in Europe where they have resettled, in the larger context of enhancing the access to cultural heritage and promoting social cohesion.https://ddd.uab.cat/record/256542Policy level
R22DocumentalThe deliverable develops the WP2 activities’ findings into recommendations for policy makers, in order to enhance social cohesion, mutual understanding and effective integration between local communities and refugee / asylum seeker individuals and communities in terms of cultural heritage and historical and personal memories.https://ddd.uab.cat/record/256543 Policy level
R23DocumentalDeliverable of policy paper targeting local/regional/national stakeholders. Open Access
available in the UAB institutional public repository DDD to ensure a long‐term life and accessibility.
available in SO-CLOSE website https://so-close.eu/
Policy level
R24DocumentalDeliverable of policy paper targeting EU level stakeholders. Open Access
available in the UAB institutional public repository DDD to ensure a long‐term life and accessibility.
available in SO-CLOSE website https://so-close.eu/
Policy level

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