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Series of structured actions for the promotion of digital skills

Series of structured actions for the promotion of digital skills

 CARDET conducted a series of meetings and briefings to highlight the actions and objectives of the AdultDigitalUp project, which aims to promote digital literacy among adult educators and low-skilled adults. In particular, representatives from CARDET met with representatives of the Deputy Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy and participated in a briefing meeting at the University of Cyprus.

In the context of their meeting with the representatives of the Deputy Ministry, opportunities for cooperation between the Deputy Ministry and CARDET for the joint promotion of the objectives and actions of the project AdultDigitalUp were discussed. Furthermore, the Deputy Ministry presented a draft version of the online platform that will host different actions, activities, educational programmes and digital skills tools, adapted to the needs of the local community.

In addition to the important and constructive meeting of the team with the Deputy Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy, representatives of the project participated in a meeting of the project ‘Partnership for Digital Education Readinesss Collaboration for Effective Digital Education (D-COLLAB)’ at the University of Cyprus. During the meeting, they had the opportunity to present the activities of the AdultDigitalUp project and the opportunities arising from it, and discussed with the participants effective ways and good practices for introducing digital teaching in learning. Through their presence at the event, CARDET representatives received and recorded important information and feedback regarding the challenges identified in the field of digital learning, which will be extremely useful when developing the educational material and actions of the project.

The AdultDigitalUp project is implemented in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport and Youth, and is supported by the Directorate-General for Structural Reform Support (DG REFORM) of the European Union (EU). The project aims to promote the digital literacy of adult educators and low-skilled adults