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ALL DIGITAL Awards 2024: Best Digital Educator • ALL DIGITAL
ALL DIGITAL Awards 2024: Best Digital Educator • ALL DIGITAL
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ALL DIGITAL Awards 2024: Best Digital Educator

14 Mar, 2024

Description:  

The Digital Educator function underpins the concept that education and training on digital competences must be delivered by skilled and qualified people. It is a sign of the maturity that the sector has achieved as a result of the ever-increasing use of digital technology, especially after the pandemic. 

The digital educator role embraces the range of people facilitating the digital training/empowering process in digital competence centres. Teachers, trainers, tutors, facilitators, moderators, assistants to all of them, instructional designers and volunteers are eligible, as long as they have been selected by an organization in one of the above roles and they work directly with users teaching and supporting them. Each centre may have a different name for this role.

Digital competence centres would have no success without their hardworking digital educators, who are in the first line of digital inclusion by eradicating the fear of using new technologies, thus bringing technology into people’s lives. They bring people online, take the fear of technology away, and teach them the right behaviour, opening new perspectives, enabling better jobs, and enhancing their communities.

Digital educators can be employed or be volunteers, but they work directly with users teaching and supporting them.

Apply here

Deadline: 30 June 2024

Selection: Jury

Assessment criteria:

  • Quantitative results: Number of years worked, people trained/supported in relation to the scope of the centre, courses taught/developed if applicable.
  • Professionalism and dedication: Demonstrated expertise on delivering digital education and on empowering people to use new technologies; unique approaches to teaching.
  • Social impact: Outcomes of work, how the trainees’ lives have changed, results of the training, such as jobs found, stayed in workforce, new businesses established, new processes introduced, etc.

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