The invitees came our way through the interviews conducted in the first periods of the ACBC
project. Some of these interviewees had so much experience with the subject or were able to
think along with us that we decided to involve them in our regional partnership. The meeting was
held in the office building where BDF is located in one of the meeting rooms. The regional
partnership meeting took place on the 5 th of Juli between 15:00 and 17:00. One of the partners in
the project, 8D games, was also present to show the regional partners what concepts they had
come up with. They have therefore prepared a presentation for this.
The 2nd Regional Partnership
To grow the regional partnership with relevant partners, while not having a lot more to ask/tell
about the game development, we were forced to split the meeting in individual meetings. We
have invited Friesland College (meeting 2b) and a local high school (Christelijk Gymnasium Beyers
Naudé, meeting 2a). Because of the geographical location it also made sense to split this meeting,
since the high school is located in Leeuwarden and the Friesland College (VET) in Heerenveen, a
different part of Friesland.
So, time and location were selected based on the availability of them, ours and of 8D Games.
The 3rd Regional Partnership
While at the first and second regional partnership meetings it was still about creating the
partnership and explaining the project, at the third meeting it was time to receive input for the
game scenarios. Now after the meeting we can state that this has been very successful. This was
mainly due to all the expertise that the various partners brought with them.
Due to a school holiday, there were unfortunately parties that had to cancel. Nevertheless, the
parties present had so much input that this ultimately did not cause any problems. In fact, fewer
people present gave everyone ample time to share practical stories. Ultimately, therefore, exactly
what we need for the scenario input.
The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the
contents which reects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsi-ble for any use
which may be made of the information contained therein - Project agreement number: 2018-2-RO01-KA205-049883