A case study basically tells the story of your Taith-funded project, sharing your experiences and highlighting the impacts and outcomes.
Case studies will be used on the Taith website and promoted on social media, and may also be shared by the Welsh Government, our Sector Organising Bodies, and other appropriate organisations of interest.
The purpose of a case study is for a wide audience (including those who may have no knowledge of Taith or international exchange in general), to get a real-life insight into the opportunities available through Taith funding, and to show the impact that your international collaborative project is having in Wales and internationally.
We hugely appreciate you agreeing to share your experience with us and have outlined some questions below. These are for guidance only so please feel free to share any information that you would like to. It is likely that the information you provide will be subject to editing to fit in with our house style guide and wordcount restrictions, but please be assured that no final version will be published until full approval has been agreed.
Excerpts from your case study may sometimes be taken and used as a standalone piece of promotional material for certain platforms (ie. a quote from somebody as part of a case study saying “The training toolkit we produced using Taith funding will be used by teachers throughout Conwy in the next academic year” might be pulled out and used for social media or a flyer) but the wording/ context would remain as agreed when final approval was given as part of the overall case study.
Photographs from your mobility are needed to accompany your case study. All images provided must be subject to photo consent permissions (ie. photo consent forms organised by a school).
If you have any questions about providing a Taith case study, please contact firstname.lastname@example.orgMedia templates and branding guidelines