DigiAdults (2019-1-PL1-KA204-065528) project intends to explore end evaluate the impact of the use of digital tools and the Internet in the of a variety of categories of learners at risk of social marginalisation, then drawing out implications offindings in terms of guidelines for trainers involved in formal, nonformal and informal education, and generating acollection of case studies and best practices, assembled on an online resource center.
The Partnership intends to address this issues by:
a) Exploring the way digital tools can be used to empower people in a personal and professional perspective, and ascitizens and consumers;
b) Exploring new approaches and methodologies to promote digital inclusion through the identification of individual
motivations and needs, followed by effective steps to improve technical abilities;
c) Drawing out implications of findings in terms of guidelines for trainers involved;
d) Creating an online resource center hosting a collection of case studies and best practices.
In order to achieve such objectives, the approach considered by the Partnership primarily involves mapping digital literacy practices, programs and methodologies developed through the use of ICT, as well as tools involved in suchpractices, supporting various groups of persons at risk of social marginalisation.
Partners then test a series of suchtools (through workshops, courses or any other type of non-formal or informal educational activities), each with their respective target group, present to each other and compare testing results, and ultimately collate guidelines for trainers in formal, non-formal and informal education, and a collection of case studies and best practices.
Fundacja Edukacja i Media (Poland)
VIENNA ASSOCIATION OF
EDUCATION VOLUNTEERS (Austria)
Prave ted! o.p.s. (Czech Republic)
Biedriba ""KapNes"" (Latvia)
M&M Profuture Training, S.L. (Spain)
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