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LIDS – Learning important digital skills

Goals

  • to reach relevant and high quality skills and competences
  • implementation and transfer of innovative practices on local, regional, national and European level
  • support of positive long-term effects for participating organizations, systems and individuals included directly and indirectly
  • to improve and extend, with non-formal learning, the offer of personalized quality learning opportunities that are based on the needs of individual learners with low skills and qualifications in digital environment
  • to enable all adults to extend competences and develop skills through their whole life, to ensure better quality of life
  • to train educators how to better help adults, who are excluded from the society or are on the edge of society.

Activities

  • international project meetings
  • training for educators and vulnerable adults
  • researches, studies.

Results

  • LIDS online platform including all materials developed throughout the project duration and documentation of the lessons
  • LIDS  training in PowerPoint-Format for organizational staff
  • LIDS handbook in form of a digital book in Word and PDF format that will include comparison studies of different methods of approach and the necessary contents for learning digital skills to vulnerable adults in Europe.

Impact

  • Adult educators will become more competent, they will be able to work with adults with less opportunities and help them overcome problems, cultural differences and other obstacles.
  • Staff of organizations will become more competent and will learn from each other, share experiences and knowledge with colleagues from partner countries.
  • Content of the training will be documented and/or filmed with the purpose of creating a videos available on social media of the project and on the online platform and so available to all. They will be interactive, based on e-learning.

Partners

Project duration is between 1. 10. 2020 until 17. 5. 2021. Co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

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