DISK - Digital Immigrants Survival Kit

 

 

Financiamento

Programa Erasmus+, Comissão Europeia (Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices; Action Type: Strategic Partnerships for adult education)

 

Referência

2019-1-PT01-KA204-060898

 

Coordenação

Pedro D. Ferreira, Centro de Investigação e Intervenção Educativas (CIIE), Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação da Universidade do Porto (FPCEUP), Portugal

 

Consórcio

CIIE/FPCEUP, Portugal (Coord.)
Etairia Draseon Epimorfosis, Grécia
European Foundation for Quality in Blended Learning, Áustria
Ossiannilsson Quality Open Online Learning Consultancy, Suécia
Training 2000 psc, Itália

 

Equipa do CIIE/FPCEUP

Pedro D. Ferreira (IR)
Isabel Menezes
Alfredo Soeiro
Sofia Marques da Silva
Sofia Castanheira Pais
Teresa Limpo

 

Duração

32 meses
Data de início 1-11-2019
Data de término 30-6-2022

 

Web

https://www.disk-project.eu/web/pt/  

 

Descrição

The DigComp 2.0 framework contains the statistic, that in average 46 % of European citizens lack in digital competences (DC). Every possible effort must be made to reduce this number of less educated people. This project focuses on typical DC necessary for people to remain well-integrated members in a digitalized society.

The DISK project aims to develop missing digital competences of adults (Adult Education AE with a special focus in so-called ”digital immigrants” which are people disadvantaged in society due to their lack of digital competences DC and therefore count to miner educated people in DC) and to enable them to take an active role in the digital society.
The objectives are to create, implement and evaluate 15 modules teaching various specific topics related to everyday life covering DCs as a “Digital Immigrants Survival Kit” (DISK), to use flipped learning 3.0 as the training approach, to create an innovative self-evaluation tool based on competency-based self-evaluation mandalas, to create a transferability and implementation guide, to transfer the results and outcomes in a flexible way in other European countries and finally to publish the modules of the DISK Toolkit as Open Educational Resources (OER).