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To participate in the campaign and organise an event, we invite you to join the existing partnership in your country. Click here to check the list of partners.
If your country doesn’t have a partner, you can still participate – organise an event independently and let us know about it.
You don’t have an organisation but still want to get involved? You can organise your own little training and help your relatives, friends or colleagues to help them with technology.
What event could it be? Anything on the topic of the campaign from consultations, workshops, training, and webinars, to hackathons, testing digital skills level, fairs, and conferences. See some examples of activities HERE.
What to do?
1. Spread the word about the campaign and invite others to join! Don’t forget to use the ALL DIGITAL Week banners and logos in your posts and announcements.
2. Browse through the list of resources for inspiration
We are collecting teaching activities from our long-standing partners, so more activities and resources will be added. You can also browse previous editions and reports of the campaign (links in the top menu) and learn about what our partners did in various countries before.
3. Add your training announcement to the map of events (you need to register on the website to add an event). You can always go back to the event form and update it with photos and a more detailed description.
4. Conduct the event and don’t forget to take pictures!
5. Share your photos, videos, impressions and feedback from participants on social media with hashtags #alldigitalweek #alldigital2020
6. Tell us about this eventafter you conduct it. Go back to the same form on the map of events that you used for planning (that is why we ask you to register) and update it.
How to update? Please add the real number of participants, the overall description and the photo(s) from the event. In the description you can share what participants have learned, what went well, what was challenging; you can also add participants’ feedback and your own impression of the event.
>> At the bottom of the form don’t forget to change the status of your event from ‘planned’ to ‘conducted/completed’.
We also encourage you to write public blogposts about the events on our community website unite-it.eu.
In these blogposts you can see the the best events and their descriptions:
6. You will get a personalized certificate for organising the event after your conducted event is approved. You will receive it by email to the same account that you used for registering on the website.
7. Win a trip to the ALL DIGITAL Summit 2020 in October! All conducted events can enter a contest for the best events. The best events will be selected by a jury consisting of ALL DIGITAL staff and Board members, based on a combined set of criteria, including quality of content, participation, event media impact.
Three winners will be invited to attend the ALL DIGITAL Summit in October 2020. This annual event brings together leaders from digital competence networks and organisations working to enhance digital skills to share and learn from each other.