STE(A)M related disciplines are becoming increasingly relevant to enhance digital skills and overall problem-solving competences for the digital age. That is why the Digital Education Action Plan (2021-2027) correctly identifies the key role of educators in delivering high-performing digital and STE(A)M education. In this context,...

  ‘’Enhance your digital skills’’: ALL DIGITAL Weeks 2022, new annual digital raising awareness campaign Brussels, 20 January 2022 Today we are pleased to present of the 2022 edition of the ALL DIGITAL Weeks campaign. ALL DIGITAL Weeks 2022 will run from 14 March until 14 April 2022....

The eMedia: Media Literacy and Digital Citizenship for All project aims to promote education for all by producing educational guidelines (handbooks) related to digital practices. These handbooks support possibilities for a new and innovative way of teaching different subjects at school. They address educators who...

The eMedia: Media Literacy and Digital Citizenship for All project aims to promote education for all by producing educational guidelines (handbooks) related to digital practices. These handbooks support possibilities for a new and innovative way of teaching different subjects at school. They address educators who...

  All Digital Week strives to give people tools and approaches to develop and enhance their digital skills. It is organised by European association ALL DIGITAL, in collaboration with  various partners at local, national, and European level. Since 2010, the campaign has involved over 1 300 000...

  The first event of 2021 for ALL DIGITAL and a few of our members was the (online) kick-off meeting of the new AMeLiE project on 13-14 January. AMeLiE – Advanced Media Literacy to Counter Online Hate Speech is a 2-year Erasmus+ KA2 Project. It aims...

The AMeLiE project involves innovative practices in the digital era and regards the theme of social inclusion - two aspects of fundamental importance, which are strongly correlated and permeating our lives. Social inclusion is a priority that goes beyond national and European borders, becoming a...

31 August 2020 marked the conclusion of the Get Your Facts Straight! project. In 13.5 months, nine project partners from all corners of Europe developed and delivered media literacy training to combat disinformation to 900 people of all ages. It sounds straightforward but believe us...

As the confinement measures are being lifted in many countries in Europe, including in the seven partner countries of our Get Your Facts Straight project, we are yet to process the impact of the last few months on our lives, on the economy, on education,...

Media literacy experts and trainers from all over Europe got together at a round table in Brussels on 19 November 2019 to discuss and lay the foundations of a training course on disinformation and fake news on social media platforms for youngsters and their parents. The...

The DREAMS project aimed 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 was to strengthen the collaboration between schools and families...

The Digital Welcome project final event took place in Brussels on the 24th May 2019. 67 participants came together to discuss the role of ICT and digital skills in refugee and migrant integration, among them trainers and educators, representatives of international NGOs and public authorities, social workers...

While social media now plays a vital role in the everyday lives of young people as citizens, education systems across the developed world have been slow to react. Extremist groups rely on false promises of status and purpose, manipulation, conspiracy and divisive rhetoric to exploit...

Digital Welcome methodology focuses on digital inclusion and digital empowerment as a strategy to equip young refugees and migrants with the necessary skills to fully participate in the host society, including digital skills, but also pedagogical and soft skills to make connections with local people,...

This document summarizes the findings from the different piloting experiences at national level gained through the implementation of the BRIGHTS project methodology as reflected in the BRIGHTS Project Experimentation Report. The final aim is to provide policy recommendations regarding the adoption of Global Citizenship Education (GCE)...

The 3rd partners’ meeting of the WELCOME project took place in Rome on 1-2 October and was hosted by our Italian partner Fondazione Mondo Digitale. After an exciting tour to their fab lab and a virtual reality painting experience, partners got down to business. A number...

Facebook: @emedialiteracyproject The e-Media Project has been labeled  “Good practice” eMedia was an Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships for Adults Education project. The focus of the project was to promote education by educating active and responsible citizens in the digital world. This was done through the production...

In the context of the HURISTO (Human Rights Storytelling) Project, four webinars on Digital Storytelling have been delivered by Veronique de Leener from Maks. Digital storytelling is a simple and accessible way to tell a story via digital tools. It’s a personal narrative of 4-5 minutes...

The purpose of the BRIGHTS project is to promote Global Citizenship Education (GCE) in formal and non-formal Educational contexts in Europe, with the help of digital storytelling (DS) techniques. GCE employs concepts, methodologies and theories already implemented in different fields and subjects, including human rights education,...

In this document, the overall structure of the 5 days Training the Trainers is provided, along with references for all the relevant material needed. The aim of the 5 days Training for Trainers was to educate the trainers. The training modules involved digital methodologies such as...

On 12 March 2018, the High Level Expert Group on Fake News (HLEG), set up by the European Commission in January 2018 to advise on policy initiatives to counter fake news and disinformation spread online, published its final report on Fake News and Online Disinformation....

Only two weeks now before the BRIGHTS MOOC starts! Following the intensive work related to the production of the contents, BRIGHTS project partners are ready to deliver the online course on 5 March 2018. The BRIGHTS MOOC will be delivered in Italy, Belgium, Croatia and Greece over...

Let me tell you a story… Digital Storytelling is not just a methodology. Digital Storytelling is also a way of sharing experience, of building links with people and getting to know each other. Everyone has a story to tell, and this is the idea behind the HURISTO...

On 5-7 December 2017,  Centre of Technical Culture Rijeka (CTC Rijeka) hosted in Rijeka, Croatia, the third BRIGHTS project meeting and the training of the BRIGHTS national tutors. The one-day project meeting involved ALL DIGITAL and all the other BRIGHTS partners: Maks vzw, Association Study Center...

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 October ALL DIGITAL started a new exciting project called “The WELCOME Programme”. As the title hints, we will be working with newcomers – asylum seekers and refugees. How? Through creative IT workshops, which will unlock their potential and foster their inclusion in our countries. The...

  To find publications about the project on social media, please check #digitalwelcome The initial idea for a Programme for IT courses for migrants and refugees was born within the ALL DIGITAL (then Telecentre-Europe) network  during the Telecentre Europe General Assembly in Amsterdam in 2016 and was...