DIGITAL FUTURE IS ADULT: IDP in Budapest (HU) for The 3rd Meeting of DELSA, an Erasmus+ Project

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Together with 7 Partners from 6 European Countries (Belgium, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Spain), IDP participated in the 3rd meeting of DELSA – Digital Empowerment for Low Skilled Adults – on October 15th, a  project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, Key Action 2, Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education.

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DELSA addresses the issue of low digital competences and skills and will develop immediate and concrete training and educational resources to advance digital abilities of low skilled adults.  Such resources are defined according to an accurate evidence-based assessment, ensuring a bottom-up approach producing relevant and consistent outcomes which will meet with the actual needs of the target group.

Such productive meeting saw Partners take stock of the implementation of the platform as well as discussing topics such as information and data literacy, how to improve communication and collaborations, thorough problem solving in digital content creation plus the finalising of the final version of the training courses. Administrative and technical aspect were also dealt with along with Dissemination and Exploitation phase, paramount to the visibility of the project, handled by IHF.

IDP will greatly contribute to the technical and operational activities of DELSA, carrying out analysis and stock-taking activities of the Italian Adult Education ecosystem pertaining to the project, contributing to structuring modules, developing methodologies for effective teaching and learning, materials and content. In addition, IDP brings into the project its consolidated experience in international project management and reporting.

 

For more information about DELSA and IDP initiatives:

Project Website: www.digitaldelsa.eu

www.idpeuropa.com

bruxelles@idpeurope.com

Facebook: IDP Bruxelles

IDP LinkedIn: IDP European Consultants

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