Visit the online course for multipliers. Learn how to implement learning opportunities with tablets for seniors.
Our strategic partnership „Connect Seniors to the Digital World“ won the All Digital Award 2018 as „Best cooperation project“.
This report presents how the course can be implemented in various contexts.
The participants of the Seniors@DigiWorld course recorded their experiences in conducting digital services for elderlies in short videos.
Download now: the guidelines for the implementation of the Seniors@DigiWorld course in non-formal learning settings.
The multiplier event by CIDET was held in Zaragoza, on the 13th of September. A significative number of 43 representatives from different local public and private institutions attended the event.
Impressions and experiences of the international project Seniors@DigiWorld in Lithuania.
EOS organized a great event where 21 multipliers were informed about the project, the online course and the guidelines of the project.
A digital badge is a validated indicator of accomplishment, skill, quality, or interest that can be earned in learning environments.
On 4th and 5th of June 2018, representatives of the partner organisations met to discuss and plan current project activities.
From 28 to 30 May, visitors to the 12th German Senior Citizens' Day had the opportunity to learn about the activities of the Digital Opportunities Foundation.
In February, the four courses for multipliers working with elderly people have started in all partner countries of the project Seniors@DigiWorld.
The four partner organisations met in the middle of the project's life time in Romania and experienced hospitality and fruitful debates.
91 organisations exchanged their approaches on promoting digital competences from 4th to the 5th of October at All Digital Summit.
Survey shows huge interest in using tablet PCs and a high willingness to learn among seniors.
Here you can find all documents and materials that are developed during the project.
Sun, Tapas and a productive and successful second partner meeting in Castellón, Spain.
Our Lithuanian Partner VIPT organised a meeting with important stakeholders to present our project to them.
We had our first partner meeting in Berlin on the 1st and 2nd of December 2016. The four partner organisations from ...
Our project just started. Learn more about our first steps and what we plan for the next two years.
Four partner organisations from Lithuania, Rumania, Spain and Germany implement the project.
The objective of the project Seniors@DigiWorld is to include senior citizens the digital world.
Do you have questions or are you interested in the project? Then please contact us.