On-line questionnaire promoted by the partnership of European Project e-EngAGEd
What do citizens think about disinformation, digital citizenship, and civic and political commitment on-line? What tools can be used to promote and support digital participation in common life?
The partnership of European Project e-EngAGEd has developed a questionnaire to better understand the behaviour and needs of citizens. The answers will help partners develop action lines and programme educational events.
Project e-EngAGEd, in fact, is developed in a media education course for young men and women (aged 18-25) and adults (over 50) to increase digital, social and political participation through an intergenerational approach. More specifically, the objectives of e-engAGEd are:
- Improve critical thought and media literacy
- Improve intergenerational responsibility
- Promote trust in authoritative journalism and media to drive political participation.