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ERASMUS+ project Digital Inclusion for All Learners (DI4all)

I have earlier reported on the new ERASMUS+ KA2 Digital Inclusion for All #di4all Contract 2021-2-SE01-KA210-SCH-000050728 project I co-ordinate 


Project coordinator: Ebba Ossiannilsson Quality in Open Online Learning (QOOL) Consultancy, Lund, Sweden

Project partner: Egle Celiesiene Lithuanian College of Democracy , Vilnius, Lithuania


Disseminations so far

Webpage, and Social media


OEW22 7-11 March 2022
UHR Workshop 5 April  2022 on Digital transformation
On the 14th April 2022 we presented the ERASMUS+ project Digital Inclusion for All #di4allat the ALL DIGITAL WEEK 2022 #ADWeeks2022 
EDEN Digital Learning Europe 20-22 June 2022

The project has its foundation within the prioritized areas for the ERASMUS+ 

Participation in democratic life, common values and civic engagement
The Programme supports active citizenship and ethics in lifelong learning; it fosters the development of social and intercultural competences, critical thinking and media literacy. Priority is given to projects that offer opportunities for people’s participation in democraticlife, social and civic engagement through formal or non-formal learning activities. The focus is put on raisingawareness of and understanding the European Union context, notably as regards the common EU values, the principles of unity and diversity, as well as their social, cultural and historical heritage.

The three others are Green sustainability, Inclusion and diversity, and Digital transformation

The project also has its foundation in the Digital Education Actiion Plan 2021-2027, DigComp 2.0, DigCompEdu,Selfie for schools, Selfie for teachers, and MyDigSkills 

The objectives of the project are

  1. Improve key competences, skills and learning achievements of young people in schools by promoting quality improvement, innovation excellence at the educational level and mainstreaming digital inclusion.
  2. Improve the competences of teachers and educators to promote digital inclusion and combat disinformation through education and training. 

Target groups are:

•School staff
•Other educational providers
•Public bodies
•National agencies
  • Train educators to implement digital inclusion, developed based on analysis results and best practices from teachers and educators in digital inclusion.
  • Guide for educators with materials from the project's intellectual findings.
  • Study of best practices and case studies.
  • Online competition for schools to showcase their best practices in digital inclusion for all learners.
  • Final seminar.

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