The illustrations in the provided Wiki pages are for consultation purpose only and may not always reflect the latest implementation.
This page describes the general layout and navigation of the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps platform.
It is from this platform that both External Expert and NA Internal Experts users can access Assessment module, and find direct links to their ongoing assignments as well as an overview of the number of applications, interim reports and/or final reports assigned by their National Agency for assessment and not yet completed. It is also possible to access the experts past, completed assignments easily from the platform.
The Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps platform is the single entry point to the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes for the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027.
The page is accessible even if you do not yet have an EU Login account or not be logged in to the portal. In that case you are restricted to have public access only.
Most of the actions you will perform as an expert require signing in.
The screen consists of the following areas:
The main menu, header and footer are always displayed and can be accessed from anywhere inside the platform.
The content that is available to you depends on your role in the organisation and whether or not you are authenticated.
The following elements are available in the top bar:
Once you sign in, you will also be able to:
At the bottom of the screen you will find a link to the privacy statement as well as the date and version of the latest platform update.
Use the main menu to navigate through the various sections of the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps platform. Following options are available without singing in:
On a desktop computer screen, the menu can be collapsed or expanded by clicking on the X and/or menu icon, respectively. On a mobile device, the menu is collapsed by default and only the menu icon is displayed.
To access a specific page:
Certain sections will open in a new browser tab. These are easily identifiable via a specific icon, as shown here. To return to the homepage, simply return to the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps platform tab.
The Work area displays content according to your selection in the main menu and to whether or not you have signed in.
Where applicable, the work area is further divided into:
It is possible to scroll independently through the menu, the work area as a whole, and the panels of the work area.
To sign into the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps platform click on Register or sign in in the top bar and provide your EU Login username and password.
After successful login, your name and role as well as the code of the NA that hired you are displayed.
To sign out, click the Profile icon and select the Sign out button.
After login to EESCP as expert the Assessments menu items become available. From here you have access to My Assessments and OEET, the application used to evaluate for the past programmes, as well as the Expert assessment guide.
After signing in you will have access to the Search filters in the main work area. By default the Search filter options are collapsed. Click on the > to display the Search filter panel.
The following search filters are available:
The default filter is set to All programmes, all calls, all rounds and all key actions. An independent scroll bar is available for the Search filter panel. You can use the available toggle buttons to show or hide one or more of these filters.
For full details about the general functionalities of the search filters, please see Search filter basics.
Even though the Customise button is available on the homepage, the only option available for expert users is My Assessments.
To open this panel click on the Customise button. To close the panel click either on the Close Customise button or on the X in the top right corner of the panel.
Under ASSESSMENTS in the content area you find an overview of your Assessments in progress, with the system default filter set to all Programmes, all Calls, all Rounds and all Key actions and/or Action types.
An overview of your ongoing assignments is displayed, separated by Assessment type, either Applications, Interim Reports and Final reports. The total number of your ongoing assignments is also available.
The displayed numbers are hyperlinked. Clicking on these will open Assessment module on the My Assessments screen, displaying the relevant projects as per search filters.
For example, clicking on the number 17 in row Applications will open My Assessments, displaying the ongoing assignments regarding the evaluation of Applications. The Search filters are set to display only the projects for Assessment Type Application, for any Expert, Consolidator and/or Editor assignments you may have received in an ongoing status.
Any additionally set search filters will also be reflected in the results displayed under My Assessments.
Any additionally set Search filters will update the information under Expert - Assessments In progress as per set search criteria. In our example, we now filtered for assignments for action type KA120-SCH. Two ongoing assignments regarding the evaluation of applications are found. If you click on the hyperlinked number, My Assessment will open, pre-filtered as per criteria set in EESCP, meaning only these two projects will be displayed in the list.
Clicking on the hyperlinked text View past, completed assessments below the overview of your ongoing assignments will open Assessment module on the My Assessments screen, displaying all your already completed (and/or cancelled) assignments. Any additionally set search filters will also be reflected in the results displayed under My Assessments.
The My Assessments screen will open. The filters are set to exclude any ongoing assignments for the assignment roles Expert, Consolidator and Editor. Therefore only your past, already completed assignments and cancelled ones are displayed in the Search results.