18 Mar Let’s make ALL DIGITAL Week truly digital!
18 Mar, 2020
In the time of the pandemic digital can really help! ALL DIGITAL with its partners will run ALL DIGITAL Week 2020 in a new format, encouraging all to run events online and supporting their communities with advice, information, and other online solutions.
What are we planning?
Four webinars in English are planned for next week (and thanks to our UK member UpSkill Digital and our ALL DIGITAL colleagues):
- 💻 24 March 4 pm CET: Adding your cultural sites to OpenStreetMaps supported by CDDC project
- 💻24 March at 6 pm CET: Open Street Maps Webinar supported by Open-AE Project
- 💻 25 March, 11:00 AM GMT / noon CET: Working remotely with Microsoft Teams (from UpSkill Digital)
- 💻26 March 11 am GMT / noon CET by Upskill Digital: Coronavirus and managing remote teams effectively
Please share the message through your channels as well!
We’ll be organising some interviews with experts and some of our members sharing information how they are adjusting their work, what they are offering and how the support is organised in different communities – first hand.
Following our members’ and campaign partners’ news on social media, we know that many of you are already doing a lot sharing information and trusted advise, organising online training and just overall support – that’s truly amazing and inspiring! We would like to share online what is being done by our members/partners and digital competence centres in response to the pandemic. Don’t forget to share how you are adapting with us using the hashtag #AllDigitalWeek.
Stay home and learn online! #Learn1ThingDigital
We want to encourage our citizens to stay home and learn online. We suggest the campaign Stay Home and Learn Online – let’s motivate each other and the general public during the upcoming weeks to learn at least one thing digital and share about it with the hashtag #learn1thingdigital. It could be any digital skill or any skill involving digital – for example, learning how to make video calls or take a virtual tour of a museum for the first time; how to distinguish disinformation online, retouch a photo or host a webinar – the list is endless. ONE thing is simple and easy, and a lot of people can participate. For that you can share the links to open resources on education, training, culture, etc. in your languages, and we’ll be doing it in English.
Stay at Home Digital Toolkit
In addition to the existing resources for learning and teaching digital skills online, we’ve created the list of resources in English for learning and leisure that are already being widely circulated among our ‘education and training’ community – to have them all in one place.
Join us in the ALL DIGITAL Week 2020 and – most importantly – stay safe and healthy!