The project is implemented as part of the European “Forward-looking Cooperation Projects” Action of the Erasmus Plus Programme
The project Make: Learn: Share: Europe, which began in November 2015, is implemented as part of the European “Forward-looking Cooperation Projects” Action of the Erasmus Plus Programme that will end on October 31, 2018.
- Municipality of Sheffield, United Kingdom
- Municipality of Riga, Education, Culture and Sports Dept., Latvia
- Fondazione Mondo Digitale, Italy
- Municipality of Gijón, Spain
- Knut Hahn School, Sweden
Project “Make: Learn: Share: Europe” aims to develop opportunities for learning digital skills amongst youth around Europe by promoting the exchange of information and knowledge and promoting peer learning.
The partnership will allow the project to involve local institutions, creative and digital sector enterprises, school and research centres to exchange competences and develop a learning process that will allow youth to increase their digital skills, especially in terms of professional opportunities and self-enterprise.
The project addresses young men and women aged 14-16 who wish to learn how to use technology to create, rather than just enjoy content.
- Development of 6 “Open School Units”: digital skills training events for young men and women
- Creation of a European Network of Young Ambassadors for New Technology
- Develop multimedia didactic materials for learning digital skills
- Develop a networking and content exchange platform for digital skills
- Organise 3 events for schools, universities, enterprises and institutions.
For further information:
Annaleda Mazzucato email@example.com