DIGITAL SKILLS FOR THE INCLUSION OF DIGITALLY VULNERABLE GROUPS: A DVGS’ NEEDS-BASED APPROACH TO DIGITAL SKILLS PROVISION IN ADULT EDUCATION

The DIGITAL-IN project “DIGITAL Skills for the INclusion of Digitally Vulnerable Groups: a DVGs’ needs-based approach to digital skills provision in adult education” is funded by the European Union on Erasmus+ program. 

The DIGITAL-IN contributes towards increased take-up and inclusiveness of adult education by providing training and strategic digital inclusion actors with a functional framework, tools and resources to support the adaptation of digital skills trainings to the needs of leaners in various digitally vulnerable groups (DVGs). 

 The DIGITAL-IN project  is specifically focusing on two priority groups:

Seniors/elderly – aiming to address the barriers they face in embracing digital advancements.

Small business owners – striving to equip them with digital competencies essential for modern entrepreneurship.

DIGITAL SKILLS FOR THE INCLUSION OF DIGITALLY VULNERABLE GROUPS: A DVGS’ NEEDS-BASED APPROACH TO DIGITAL SKILLS PROVISION IN ADULT EDUCATION

The DIGITAL-IN project “DIGITAL Skills for the INclusion of Digitally Vulnerable Groups: a DVGs’ needs-based approach to digital skills provision in adult education” is funded by the European Union on Erasmus+ program. 

The DIGITAL-IN contributes towards increased take-up and inclusiveness of adult education by providing training and strategic digital inclusion actors with a functional framework, tools and resources to support the adaptation of digital skills trainings to the needs of leaners in various digitally vulnerable groups (DVGs). 

 The DIGITAL-IN project  is specifically focusing on two priority groups:

Seniors/elderly – aiming to address the barriers they face in embracing digital advancements.

Small business owners – striving to equip them with digital competencies essential for modern entrepreneurship.

Digital-in aims

The project aims at identifying specific digital skill gaps encountered by seniors, elderly and  small business owners across several European Nations, and provide tailored educational resources and training that will enhance the ability of these groups to fully participate in an increasingly digital world.

Partnership

The partnership brings together experts from five different EU countries that will share and provide new insights on digital skills for inclusion

The project leader is the E-learning Programme of NKUA (Greece) and other partners are: Magtel Foundation (Spain), EMIT Feltrinelli ETS (Italy), Intercollege (Cyprus) and T.O.R.O. Training (Lithuania).

Partnership

The partnership brings together experts from five different EU countries that will share and provide new insights on digital skills for inclusion

The project leader is the E-learning Programme of NKUA (Greece) and other partners are: Magtel Foundation (Spain), EMIT Feltrinelli ETS (Italy), Intercollege (Cyprus) and T.O.R.O. Training (Lithuania).