ALL DIGITAL Week launch event 2020 “Get your facts straight!  Fighting disinformation and fake news through media literacy”   Event details  Date: 10 March 2020, 15:00 - 17:30 (Registration and coffee from 14h30, reception from 17h30 – 19h00) Location: First Euroflat Hotel, Boulevard Charlemagne 50, 1000 Brussels, BE (Metro: Schuman) Format: An...

  The 11th edition of the digital inclusion and digital empowerment campaign ALL DIGITAL Week will take place in March-April 2020 with the focus events during the week of 23-29 March. Anybody can join by organising an event and putting it on the All Digital Week...

  A high-level event for policymakers, government, educators, and industry   >>Read the blogpost about Individual Learning accounts >>Watch the video Event details Date: 18th Feb 2020, 10h30 - 13h00 (Registration and coffee from 09h30) Location: NH Brussels Berlaymont, Bvd Charlemagne 11/19, Brussels, BE (Metro: Schuman) Format: A morning...

After two years of intense and productive work, the Digital Competences Development System - DCDS Project is about to end. The last two outputs produced by the consortium are now available  and we invite you to check, read, use, and share! The DCDS project established a...

The DCDS project established a framework to provide low-digitally skilled adults with the basic digital and transversal competences needed for employment, personal development, social inclusion and active citizenship. The project developed an open, innovative multilingual Digital Competences Development System (DCDS) and used it to provide...

The toolkit  draws on the experience of the DCDS project partners, both within the DCDS project and beyond. It is for organizations working in the field of digital skills development and digital inclusion, but could be used by a broader range of adult education providers...

Editions: July 2020, September 2020, April 2021 Duration: 10 days Accommodation and boarding: not provided Contact Person: Ildiko Farkas Overview The aim of the course is to develop confidence and capability of forming and handling a group of elderly people to deliver training on ICT competencies and usage of modern...

Duration: 10 days Editions: June 2020, October 2020, March 2021 Accommodation and boarding: not provided Contact Person: Ildiko Farkas   Overview The aim of the course is to develop confidence and make sure that the participants learn the best pedagogical aspects of teaching ICT competencies to the elderly. The focus is...

See the Manifesto in .pdf Abstract Digital competences are necessary in all aspects of life, whether they are social or personal, relate to labour or leisure, in any sector, public or private. Improved citizenship is the primary aim of developing digital competences. It is our conviction that...

On 10-11 October, over 170 representatives of organisations and networks, working in the field of digital inclusion and empowerment, gathered in Bologna for the XXII ALL DIGITAL Summit.  The event was organised by pan-European association ALL DIGITAL, striving to enhance digital skills across Europe, and...

The DREAMS project aims at fostering the social, civic and intercultural competences of Roma parents through digital education in order to promote their social inclusion and tackle discrimination in schools, segregation, racism, bullying or violence. The idea is to strengthen the collaboration between schools and families...

ICTSkills4All – Empowering old citizens for a digital world Project aims at fostering digital skills, self-confidence and online safety of adults aged 55 years and over who have minimal or no engagement with digital technology. In order to do so, the ICTSkills4All project wants to develop...

The report consists of a revision of existing online resources dedicated to improving digital skills among older adults at regional, national, European and international level, covering the efficacy of such resources. This revision was performed by all partners of the ICTSkills4All project who provided data...

The ASK4JOB partnership realized between November 2018 and January 2019 a series of workshops with different stakeholders in the project countries: Lithuania, Italy, Bulgaria, Spain, Sweden, Poland, Turkey and Greece. The purpose was to collect information concerning the most important skills and competencies that are...

The fourth Ask4JOB project meeting was held on 4-5 April 2019 in Valencia, hosted by FyG Consultores. 19 representatives from nine countries over two days  discussed the findings of the workshops conducted in 8 countries with stakeholders; the development of the self-assessment tool, designing the...

ICT for the Elderly project partners were welcomed in Berlin, Germany, by Nenja Wolbers and Stephan Seiffert from Stiftung Digitale Chanchen for the second face-to-face meeting. The meeting took place at the Digital Learning Center from Facebook on 19-20 March 2019. On the first day of the...

The ICTSkills4All (Empowering older adult citizens for a Digital World) project meeting took place in Riga, Latvia, on 07-08 March 2019 when project partners from University of Porto (Portugual), ALL DIGITAL (Belgium), HIPOKAMP (Poland) and Cybermoor Services (UK) have been welcomed by Alliance Senior Active...

  ALL DIGITAL and Lifelong Learning Platform are pleased to invite you to the stakeholder event Working together to support the 43% … of Europeans that lack digital skills to fully participate in and benefit from the digital society.   When: 26 March 2019; 09:00 - 13:00 Where: SOLIDAR Foundation,...

ALL DIGITAL Week has followed in the footsteps of the European Get Online Week as one of the major pan-European awareness raising campaigns on digital skills for inclusion and employment. It is run at digital competence centres, libraries, schools, community centres and non-for-profits across Europe,...

ICT 4 the Elderly, the Erasmus+ KA2 project that was launched in November 2018, aims to facilitate a pathway for up-skilling the digital competences of individuals between the age of 55 and 75 years and to make them aware of some of the many opportunities...

The consortium of the Open AE: Promote open source technologies in non-formal adult education project is now working on preparing the first output of the project, which is the OPEN-AE curriculum. This curriculum is being designed for e-facilitators working with unemployed adults needing upskilling or...

The ICTSkills4All’s project website is online and it is now available in English. Soon it will be made available in Portuguese, Latvian, Polish and French. ICTSkills4All is 2-year Erasmus+ KA2 project that aims to foster digital skills in older adults aged 55 years and over who...

This is the first version of the Digital competence development methodology (DCDM) of the Digital Competences Development System (DCDS) project. The methodology and the choices based on it for the design and delivery of digital competence training to adult learners, following a blended learning approach, will...

The Self-Assessment Tool is part of the Digital Competences Development Environment and Digital Competences Development Methodology, developed within the DCDS project. In this report, the authors present the full set of self-assessment questions (SA-Qs) and the first set of knowledge and ability questions (KA-Qs) to be...

A new Erasmus+ KA2 project on Strategic partnerships for Adult Education has started. ALL DIGITAL is the coordinator of the project OPEN-AE: Promote Open Source Technologies in non-formal Adult Education, which will be implemented with four other ALL DIGITAL member organisations. Open-AE was awarded through...

Open AE: Promote open source technologies in non-formal adult education is an Erasmus+ KA2 project awarded through EPOS - National Agency for Erasmus+ programme in Flanders. Open AE has three priorities: to promote access and learning through open educational resources (OER); to promote Open Source (OS)...

What is the profile of those EU citizens who are at risk of digital exclusion and what are the key motivation drivers for them to enroll in a digital upskilling pathway? These are the two principal questions that the partners of the Digital Competences Development System...

What is the profile of those EU citizens who are at risk of digital exclusion and what are the key motivation drivers for them to enroll in a digital upskilling pathway? These are the two principal questions that the partners of the DCDS (Digital Competences Development...

The new Erasmus+ KA2 project ICT 4 the Elderly, implemented by ALL DIGITAL member organisations, was launched on the 13 and 14 November 2018 in Malta. Malta Communications Authority will coordinate the project, which will involve ALL DIGITAL and three other partners: Simbioza Genesis from...

Huristo project developed a methodology about awareness and advocacy about the European Human Rights Charter as a part of global citizenship education with low skilled adult learners (refugees and migrants living in the city and natives living in rural places). This methodology is based on...

The CODINC (Codinc for Inclusion) Methodology scales up the Capital Digital project which was developed and implemented by project partner Maks. The Capital Digitaal project took places in centres of informal education, where teenagers of disadvantaged backgrounds were trained to become e-facilitators giving them their...

Purpose and activities There is no doubt that ICTs allow members of the growing elderly population to remain independent longer. The ICT 4 the Elderly project aims to facilitate a pathway for up-skilling the digital competences of individuals between the age of 55 and 75 and to...