Posted by: sopyanmk | 18/01/2008

Winner Announcement

If you can’t view this email, click here. | Jan 2008 Issue

Message from the Editor

Dear All

In this issue of the AEC-NET e-news, we are sharing with you the much-awaited results of the AEC Awards for 2006/2007. First, please let me convey my appreciation to all the Project Groups who have successfully completed the AEC Projects that was developed at the last Conference in Greece.

The quality of the projects was very outstanding. Upon consolidating both the online vote results as well as the evaluation by the panel of judges, the final results for Phase II of the six (6) project groups were either very close or on par with one another. In this context, ASEF has decided to confer the AEC Award to all these six (6) AEC Project Groups shortlisted for Phase II of the online votes. Each of the AEC Project Group will be awarded a cash prize of Euro 1,000.

Congratulations to the AEC Project Groups and thank you everyone for your contributions and support for the AEC-NET!

Ramon Molina
Director, People-to-People Exchange
Asia-Europe Foundation

AEC Award Winners

The AEC Award (cash prize of Euro 1,000) will be conferred to each of the
following AEC Projects*:

All Ahoy

Cultural Kaleidoscope 2007


Mastering Media – The Sequel

When Nature Calls

Young Diplomats

The cash prize could be used either to further develop the winning projects,
or to initiate new ICT collaborative projects. For more information on these
six (6) Award winners, please click here.

*AEC Projects listed above are not arranged in order of merit.

Excellence Award Certificate

In view that all the Project Groups have contributed significantly to the AEC
Projects, ASEF is pleased to confer the Excellence Award Certificate to the
following successfully completed AEC Projects for 2006/2007:

Asia and Europe Money

Going Global Family

Local Industry and Enterprise

Local Traditions and Ceremonies – Traditional Forms of Theatre

Peace Project 2007

The World in a Book 2006

Congratulations again to the AEC Award Winners as well as to the other AEC
Project Groups! Well done!

New AEC Project for 2007/2008

Journey Through Journalism
This project aims to train Asian and European students (12 – 18 years of age) to develop their journalistic writing skills while striving to be well-informed of the news issues and events and other information in their and other countries that are significant to people for one reason or

another. These would involve writing of editorials for discussion of issues, news and feature for events and information. The project co-ordinators will work together to come up with a user-friendly, educational, informative, collaborative Internet space available to all of the partners (i.e., the Moodle Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)). This is a secure password protected space that will allow student-participants to upload their work, to store and share and to facilitate communication within the project. Features include journalistic writing tutorial boards, discussion boards, display boards, and calendars designed to facilitate collaborative work.Please click

here to view the project factsheet.

Continuing AEC Project for 2007/2008

Mastering Media Goes Digital
In its third edition, the Mastering Media Goes Digital project will continue and focuses on how young people today use different technology in their daily lives – to learn, to communicate and to spend

their free time. The students will look for relevant research and statistics from their countries about young people (if available) and compare this to their realities. Groups will, for example, deal with the use of mobile phones, computers, or Internet security issues. The final group tasks will be discussed and decided on by the participating teachers and modified with the students once the project starts. In addition, an online social network will be created for students to socialize in.

Please click here to view the project factsheet.


Copyright (c) 2007 Asia-Europe Foundation
31 Heng Mui Keng Terrace, Singapore 119595.


  1. Itu kata-kata kerjanya tolong diganti pada bagian indikator..sebab, MOSOK indikator pake kata kerja yg tidak operasional..macam mengetahui, memahami, dsj…pake dong: mengidentifikasi, menganalisis, membandingkan…dsj..OK !?

  2. sudah mas, terima kasih. kebetulan setengahnya sudah diajarkan. Thanks for the comment 😉

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