Online European Seminar
Bridging the digital divide between generations in adult education in the EU
We invite you to the free online European Seminar on innovative learning instruments, for developing digital skills for low skilled adults, towards reducing the digital divide among generations and people with different educational backgrounds.
Date: Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Time: 12.00 to 14.30 CET
Place: ZOOM online platform
Scientific experts from Greece, Sweden, Romania and Italy will present and highlight innovative learning tools aimed at enhancing the ability of low skilled adults to use effectively digital instruments to improve their personal and professional lives, reducing significantly the inter-generational digital divide trend.
The European Seminar is addressed to Adult Educators and Trainers, Training organizations and Schools, but also to adults who are interested to get involved in the consultation and testing activities.
EU Seminar language: English
Certificate of Completion
Registration is FREE and participants will receive their Certificate of Completion via email with personal data filled on their registration form
See below the detailed Programme of the EU Seminar.
Your presence will greatly honor us!
Bridging the Generational Digital Divide in Adult Education in the EU
|12:00– 12:15||Opening of the European Seminar|
|The digital divide as a new generation gap: The Role of Digital Technologies on Social Development, Well-Being of All -Vaso Anastasopoulou, Director of Development and International Projects, DIMITRA Education and Consulting, Greece
Vaso Anastasopoulou, , Director of Development and International Projects, DIMITRA Education and Consulting, Greece
|12:15 – 12:40||Digital Inclusion of Low Skilled Adult People|
|Specific key digital competences required by low skilled adults in order to improve the quality of their professional and personal lives (IO1)
Anita Francini, Researcher in European Educational Projects, ENAIP Impresa Sociale srl, Italy
DInSAd Board Game – An interactive board game for low skilled adults to acquire fundamental digital knowledge, skills and competences (IO2) - The methodological approach of the game
Anastasiia Tsaruk, Project Manager, Folkuniversitetet, Sweden
Coordination/Facilitator: Vaso Anastasopoulou, DIMITRA Education & Consulting, Greece
|12:40 – 14:30||Round Table: “Bridging the Generational Digital Divide in Adult Education in the EU”|
|Learning cities: Bridging the Generational Digital Divide and Local Administration
Dimitris Deligiannis, Chairman of the City Council, Municipality of Larisa, Greece
Digital Repertoires at older Internet Users in Romania
-Loredana Ivan, Associate Professor PhD, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Chair of The European Network of Aging Studies (ENAS), Romania
Pandemic and digital divide
Prof. Maria Ramazzotti and Prof. Raffaele David Mammoliti, Digital Facilitators and Teachers in High School "Blaise Pascal" Pomezia, Rome, Italy
The divide in society
Ali Rashidi, Director of International cooperation department, Folkuniversitetet, Sweden
Coordination/Facilitator: Ana Maria Cotovanu, European Funded Projects Consultant, Forano Municipality, Italy
|Discussion – Feedback – Closure|