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Apart from the so-called EMEE Toolkits, the Exem- plary COP-units and the setting up of a large system of EMEE network members, the workshops, which were designed for vocational and on-the-job training, and the study module played a crucial part in ensur- ing the sustainability, viability, and exploitation of the project results. It already became evident during the project that the different workshops, which can be found online, enjoyed great popularity. All in all, some 50 workshops took place over the course of the pro- ject. Moreover, the study module, which was tested at three universities and universities of applied sci- ence, received very positive feedback from the par- ticipating students. By and large, it can therefore be expected that the workshops and the study module will contribute enormously to entrenching the EMEE concept in education, training and museum practice.
Furthermore, another remarkable success of the project is the system of EMEE network mem- bers, which was built up by the EMEE partners and consists of institutions that are interested in the con- cept of Change of Perspective and the gradual un- folding of transregional and European perspectives on cultural heritage. At this point, 140 network mem-
bers are linked to the EMEE project, among whom approximately 50 partners have actively contributed to the conceptualization of the EuroVision Lab.s or have become (or will become) the hosts of a touring exhibition based on the Lab.s. It is precisely this im- pressive number of museums that have actively and without additional funding contributed to the Lab. ac- tivities and presented the EuroVision Lab.s to a wider audience, that underlines the overall success of not only the Lab. activities as such, but rather the fruit- ful networking within this project as a whole. On top of that, a number of future co-operations, which will continue beyond the duration of the project and will entrench the goals and results of the EMEE project in the museum  eld, have already been of cially and formally ensured. To give an example for sustainable exploitation, the Landesstelle für Nichtstaatliche Mu- seen in Bayern (State Of ce for Non-State Museums in Bavaria) will of cially continue to employ the EMEE concept in a project called Multiperspektivität im Mu- seum (multi-perspectivity in the museum) and convey its ideas to its 1,360 af liated museums (http://www. perspektivitaet.html).

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