Partners of the Erasmus + KA3 project Coding for Inclusion (#CondincEU) met in Berlin on 19-20 November for the third partners' meeting. The project scales up the Capital Digital methodology developed by project partner and ALL DIGITAL member Maks. Young people of high school age from...

On 18-19 October 2018, ALL DIGITAL (formerly Telecentre-Europe) will organise its 11th annual summit under the title DIGITAL JOURNEY: FROM INCLUSION TO EMPOWERMENT. The event will be held in Brussels and co-hosted by our Belgian member MAKS vzw. The Summit will bring together ca. 150 leaders...

Editions: December Contact Person: Veronique De Leener Overview The following aspects will be covered: Educational and Coaching skills: Soft skills needed to lead a coding program for children and youngsters and create meaningful, fun activities for diverse audiences. Introductory digital applications: Exploration of several apps that provide the...

Codinc – Coding for Inclusion is the name of the latest two-year project led by ALL DIGITAL. On 8-9 February 2018, partners from Belgium, Spain, Cyprus, Germany and Italy arrived in Brussels to discuss the details of the project. Purpose of the project The project aims at fostering STEM...

#CodincEU The “Coding for Inclusion” aims at fostering STEM education of disadvantaged youth through an inclusive educational approach based on a peer-learning pedagogical method for formal and non-formal educational contexts in Europe. The project adapts, disseminates and scales up a inclusive learning good practice based on the...

ALL DIGITAL Week is following 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,...

We are pleased to present a final Toolkit of the CodeMob project, which is aimed at teaching coding and the effective use of mobile devices in telecentres. This Toolkit presents the two training curricula, introduces the online learning platform, and also gives practical tips on...

This year the ALL DIGITAL Summit in Barcelona will serve as the final event of the CodeMob project. We are going to present the project results in four ways: The CodeMob project will be presented at the Project Lightning Talks A short film summarizing the...

Join our free webinar on 27th April at 14.00 CET Get to know an 11-module vocational training curriculum for e-facilitators and its newly developed additional modules on Coding and the Effective use of mobile devices. Discuss the two new modules with project managers of both the...

We cordially invite you to our international validation workshop on 10th March 2017 from 09:30-14:00h, at De Markten, Rue du Vieux Marché aux Grains 5 / Oude Graanmarkt 5 Brussels, Belgium. Organised by the CODEMOB project, the event will start with a presentation of a training curriculum on...

On the occasion of EU code week, this position paper comes at a time when coding is increasingly promoted by EU institutions as a way to catch up with demand for digital skills and ICT professionals’. Telecentre Europe (TE) alongside Public Libraries 2020 (PL2020) recognise the...

By Gabriela Ruseva Telecentre Europe held its 9th Annual Conference in Ghent on 6-8th October, co-organised with our Belgian member Digipolis Gent and the I-LINC Platform. The 3-day event was attended by over a 100 invited participants and took place in the beautiful central hotel NH Belfort...

By Iva Walterova The new school and work year has begun. Organizations and networks throughout Europe that work towards furthering digital skills and digital inclusion among their target groups are back to full swing after the summer. The I-LINC platform is therefore focusing on the topic...

#DSJCoalition DSJC in a nutshell The Digital Skills and Job Coalition builds on the success of the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs. A consortium of DIGITALEUROPE, European Schoolnet, and ALL DIGITAL (formerly Telecentre Europe) lead efforts to scale-up national coalitions across Europe, make pledges for digital...

Registrations are now open for the ninth Telecentre Europe’s Annual Conference (TEAC) under the theme of Digital Skills for Future Work on 06-08th of October, 2016. This year the event will be hosted by Belgian member Digipolis Ghent at the NH Gent Belfort Hotel in Ghent. We invite you to check...

Save the date! On 6-8 October Telecentre Europe will organise its annual conference in Ghent, Belgium, together with its member organisation Digipolis Ghent. Telecentre Europe Annual Conference (aka TEAC) is the annual meeting point for all non-profit organisations and other stakeholders interested in digital empowerment through digital skills...

The European Coding Initiative (allyouneediscode.eu) organised a high level launch event in Brussels on 12 October 2015 as a contribution to the Europe-wide initiative EU Code Week on promoting coding. EU Code Week was running from 10 to 18 of October...

CODEMOB - teaching coding and mobile devices in telecentres is a project that designed two courses on coding and mobile devices for users and a training curriculum for e-Facilitators. CODEMOB has created a comprehensive curriculum through which unemployed young users would learn how to use their...

Code your Future is a new campaign organized in telecentres to introduce coding to young people and children, especially those from disadvantaged communities. The aim is to change the mindset of how young people perceive digital skills, and to raise their awareness on the importance of...

By Ilona Griniute On January 20,2015 Microsoft Europe decoded fundamental skills that young people will need to have to be able to stay competitive at any workplace. Invited government representatives, researchers and educators all expressed their viewpoint on how to prepare youth for future jobs and...

LINK TO GOW PAST EDITIONS The European Get Online Week is an annual digital empowerment campaign that engages and empowers people to use technology and the Internet with confidence and skills that allow them to benefit of the world of online opportunities. Supported by corporations, NGOs &...

The first European coding competition for pupils was officially launched on 29th April at Microsoft’s Innovation Center in Brussels. A collaborative initiative by European Schoolnet and Microsoft aims at challenging kids aged 6-16 to develop their own games using Kodu Game Lab tools while at...

  The pan-European ALL DIGITAL Week is following in the footsteps of Get Online Week (GOW) organised in 2010-2017. It s an annual digital empowerment campaign that engages people to use technology and the Internet with confidence and skills that allow them to benefit from online...