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Notes on operation

Administration of the NECE Database

If you are still unable to solve a problem after reading the following instructions and tips for use, please contact database administration at: nece@lab-concepts.de

Administrators review all organisations/experts that apply for admission to the database. The administration is also informed of all changes that occur involving data stored in the database, and audits new submissions to ensure that they comply with the conditions of use before making the information available to the wider public.

New Registrations

If you decide to register with the database as an organisation/expert please read the conditions of use. Clicking on the link at the bottom of this page constitutes acceptance of the terms of use. At the "New Registration" online form, which is your application for acceptance as an expert or organisation, you will be asked to enter a user name and your e-mail address. A short time later, you will receive an e-mail response that contains a link to the log-in page.

In order to make the NECE Database internationally accessible for as many users as possible, all your entries should be made in English please wherever possible.

In the "Field" panel you can summarise important information about your expertise/ institution (50 words or less). Administrators will review the information you submit in your application for registration. You will then receive an e-mail confirming that you have been registered and that your access information has been activated.

Logging in

After your successful registration you can log-in to the system by typing your user name and password into the log-in box, which can be found on the right-hand side of the screen on the database start page. If the information is typed in correctly, you can edit your data.

Edit Data

Via "Your profile" link you can use the online form to change information you have already submitted -- for example, if your address changes. You can also alter your access data here. Please note that all of the fields marked with an asterisk* must be filled out. The online form you use when making changes also informs administrators at the database of your request. After the changes have been reviewed and released, you will receive a confirmation email.

Delete Registration

If at some point in the future you want your data removed from the database, you can delete your registration. This function can be accessed via the "Your Profile" link, also found in the navigation menu on the right-hand side of the screen. Down at the very bottom of this page is a link entitled "Delete Registration". If you then reconfirm that you want your data removed from the database by clicking the pertinent fields on the following page, your access data becomes void and the data you have submitted will no longer appear in the database. Experts/organisations that wish to reapply after taking this step must repeat all of the steps for registration. After you or your organisation have been approved by administrators again and you have been issued new access data, you will be allowed to access the database and submit information on your projects once more.

I Forgot My Password

If you forget your password, then you can have it sent to your e-mail address by clicking on the link "Password Forgotten", which can be found in the log-in box on the database start page. To receive the password again, you have to correctly enter your user name and your e-mail address. If you also forget your user name or your e-mail address changed, please contact database administrators.

Search for Experts/ Organisations

The database has a search function for carrying out both simple and advanced searches. Search queries create an overview list containing contact data for all of the experts/organisations in the database that meet your search criteria.

Long time no see: Still remember the NECE database?

The database is designed for networking and transparency among organisations and experts in European citizenship education. So please register yourself or your organisation and keep you profile up to date!
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