Inclusive learning societies should be one where people are given opportunities to develop and to cooperate as equal individuals. By harnessing ICT (Information and Communication Technologies), barriers to participation for older people and migrants could be removed by using mobile phones as a learning tool.
In this aspect, the project TRACEUS - Traditions, Recipes, and Cuisines of Europe using Smartphones - aims to develop and curate a database of recipes, cuisines, and traditions associated with European cuisines using mobile devices (smartphones and tablets) as learning tools. More specifically, the TRACEUS project aims at using an accessible model which builds on harnessing inclusive technology learning for citizens (older people and migrants) at risk of being e-excluded in the traditional sense and ensuring that their culinary customs and traditions are recorded in an accessible way. Target groups of learners will benefit from receiving quality training to become authors of digital content in which they can share knowledge, skills, and experiences.