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...

Ask4Job is a pathway that supports the development of digital competences and cognitive skills for low-skilled, long-term unemployed adults. The project and experiences of partners, trainers and learners will be publicly presented at an online conference on Thursday 27 August 2020 from 14:00 – 17:00 by...

Dear Reader, With our lives gradually getting to a new 'normal', we are happy to share with you our summer newsletter full training materials and tools, project activities, upcoming events, open calls, and reports - including our Annual Report for 2019. We are happy to announce the 2020s edition...

ALL DIGITAL Annual Report for 2019, featuring last year’s activities and achievements, is published. The report was presented to members  in May and was approved by the membership through the online voting procedure. The report covers such topics as strategic organisational priorities, influencing public policy,...

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,...

Dear Reader,   We hope you are all safe and healthy working your way through these difficult times. With countries in lockdown, we have all witnessed how digital can really help to get connected to our loved ones, to continue studies and work, to find reliable...

Dear Reader, If you are passionate about digital skills, join the digital inclusion and empowerment campaign All Digital Week 2020 in March! The campaign has already helped over 1.3 mln Europeans to start their digital journeys, but more people need the support.  The campaign will...

The 4th project meeting of the ICT skills 4 All project was held in Lancaster (UK) on 30 January 2020. The project aims at fostering digital skills, self-confidence and online safety of old adults aged 55 years and over who have minimal or no engagement with...

DocEnhance aims to enhance transferable skills intelligence and integration into existing PhD programmes by involving the non-academic sector in developing a more employment and innovation-oriented curriculum for PhD programmes, facilitating work-based learning and business-education partnerships through developing PhD courses, and tracking of PhD graduate career...

Dear Reader, XII annual Summit in Bologna with 170 participants, ALL DIGITAL Awards winners, first blended training course on designing Erasmus+ KA2 project proposals, and the newly launched Manifesto for enhancing digital skills across Europe are some of this issue's highlights. Yours, ALL DIGITAL Team   In this issue: What’s...

Facebook: @DigitalBiblio Twitter: @digital_biblio Hashtag #DigitalBiblio   The Biblio (Boosting digital skills and competences for librarians in Europe) Project is funded through Erasmus+ KA2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices - Sector Skills Alliances. The project addresses the skills gap in the library sector due to digital...

Dear Reader, We hope you had a nice summer and now you are energized to get back to your work and projects! Early autumn for us is always about the finalists of ALL DIGITAL Awards, results of project pilots, and of course our annual ALL...

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...

Dear Reader, What's new in our network? On 23 May ALL DIGITAL had its annual General Assembly, which approved the annual report for 2018 and elected a new Board to lead the network for the next two years. Two of our projects ran their final...

Codinc (Coding for inclusion) Erasmus+ project partners met for the fourth time in Larnaca, Cyprus, on 28-29 May. This marked the first meeting since the piloting of the #CodincEU project took place; thus the partners had the chance to review the national pilots and compare experiences...

ALL DIGITAL Annual report for 2018, featuring all last year’s achievements, is published. The report was presented to members at the General Assembly on 23 May in Brussels and was approved by the membership. The report summarises activities and covers topics from strategic organisational priorities, improving...

Dear Reader, The highlight of the last two months was the tenth ALL DIGITAL Week, which started in 2010 from digital inclusion and bringing people online and has grown into a major digital empowerment campaign, supported by governments, businesses, academia and civil society. We thank our...

As part of the CODINC project, in Belgium, Italy, Cyprus, Spain and Germany secondary schools’ students and teachers are trained on the basics of coding. After that they will conduct training with primary schools’ children. The CODINC project – Coding for Inclusion aims to promote science,...

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...

Dear Reader, New year brought many new projects, and in this issue we are happy to share with you what we have been working on. Traditionally, March is devoted to our annual ALL DIGITAL Week - this is a digital inclusion and empowerment campaign run at local...

Digital SkillShift is a new project supported by the J.P. Morgan Foundation in partnership with ALL DIGITAL and three of our member organisations. It will help unemployed people shift their expectations and get digital skills and digital attitudes....

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...

Dear Reader, We hope you had an exciting and very eventful autumn, as we did. From the Policy Debate Digital Skills and Media Literacy for Active Citizenship to our 11th annual event ALL DIGITAL Summit 2018 and ALL DIGITAL Awards Ceremony to five new project launches...

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)...

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...

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...

The #CodincEU (Coding for Inclusion, Erasmus+ KA3 project) encompasses a peer-to-peer learning methodology wherein elder school students teach their younger peers - children in elementary schools STEAM education and coding in a fun and playful way. #CodincEU is based on a best practice that is ongoing...

After the Digital Journey, we started the Digital Invasion…. Following the 2018 ALL DIGITAL Summit, entitled Digital Journey: From Inclusion to Empowerment, a kick off meeting for the #DIGINV project Digital Invasions for the promotion of cultural heritage took place at the office for the representation...

The HURISTO project final event took place in Brussels on the 18th and 19th October 2018 and it was combined with the ALL DIGITAL Summit “Digital Journey: from Inclusion to Empowerment”. Around 160 people participated in the event. This year the Summit had a particular focus...

eMedia is an Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships for Adults Education project. The focus of the project is to promote education by educating active and responsible citizens in the digital world. This is done through the production of educational booklets teaching digital practices, to be used...

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...