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Tell us about your events for ALL DIGITAL Week 2019!

The map of events for 2019 is open!

The map of events is open, and we invite digital competence centres, VET providers, lifelong learning organisations, youth organisations, schools, libraries, social enterprises and anyone else interested to get involved by organising relevant events for ALL DIGITAL Week 2019.

Who is the ALL DIGITAL Week for?

The ALL DIGITAL Week is for everybody! It is to help people with no, low, or insufficient digital skills to improve them through various training activities.  Encourage your students/patrons/learners/neighbours/colleagues to try something new or learn a new skill during this week to help them be safe online, enhance their work productivity or study better, be media literate, prepare for a new job or enjoy the the communication with the loved ones.

We haven’t found out country in the list of partners. Can we participate?

ANYBODY can join the campaign. You can organise an event yourselves and let us know about it by adding it on the ALL DIGITAL Week Map.

Any ideas on which events to organise?

  • Browse our RESOURCES for inspiration
  • Get some hints from our national partners by reading the profiles in the PARTNERS section
  • Check the available events on the map

When should we add the event on the map? 

It is better to add it as soon as the even is planned. This will probably encourage others to follow your example, and you can learn by browsing events what people in different countries are planning.

After the event is conducted, you can go back to your form and describe how it went – let us know your impressions, share participants feedback and photos.

Why?

All event organisers will receive the certificate after they complete the form. If the event is described well, has photos and feedback from participants, it automatically enters the contest for the Best training or Best promo event, the winners of which will be invited to attend the ALL DIGITAL Summit in Bologna in October and will receive the travel grant.

Read more about organising events and adding events to the map

 

 

 

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Call for ALL DIGITAL Week 2019 partners

Would you like to join the biggest European digital empowerment campaign?

We invite national networks, umbrella organisations, or those with capacity to have a big regional or national reach to become partners of the European ALL DIGITAL Week on 25-31 March 2019.

The 10th edition of the campaign wishes to send a strong message to Europeans that they should take active steps towards understanding and benefiting from the digital transformation, by learning new media literacy and digital skills and by developing an adaptive mindset.

ALL DIGITAL Week 2019 will give people tools and approaches to enhance their digital skills and help them to be more adaptive with respect to their working skills. The campaign will:

  • Promote media literacy by developing critical thinking and digital literacy
  • Build safety and trust in technology by developing cybersecurity skills
  • Enhance employability by developing the right skills for the new digital jobs.

Underpinning these themes there will be a range of events and activities covering a variety of topics from digital literacy and digital citizenship to coding and STEM skills for society.

If you wish to

  • Be a partner in a pan-European campaign, which has already reached over 1 125 000 people;
  • Lead the ALL DIGITAL Week activities in your country or region;
  • Get to know other organisations working to enhance digital skills in various European countries and learn about/from their experience and initiatives – find partners for possible future projects;
  • Promote your organisation and activities on the European level through our channels to a network of 60 ALL DIGITAL member organisations, 4,000+ social media followers and 1,300+ newsletter subscribers,

Learn here how to get involved and register

We look forward to your registrations!

 

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Best Events of ALL DIGITAL Week 2018 celebrated in Brussels

On 18 October 2018, the ALL DIGITAL Awards Ceremony was organised in Brussels to celebrate the finalists and winners of the awards competition, organised each year to recognise the achievements of individuals and organisations across Europe that enable people to exploit the benefits and opportunities created by digital transformation.

One of the categories was the THREE Best Events of ALL DIGITAL Week 2018. That competition was held during the campaign. To enter the competition the organisers had to add their event to the map with photos, description and feedback from participants. And the jury assessed those based on the quality of content, participation, media impact, etc. Out of the events presented on the map the organisers chose three best ones.

We were very excited that all of them managed to come to Brussels to participate in the ALL DIGITAL Summit and the Awards Ceremony!

Best promo event: From Digiblaha to Digiaha, Finland
For the first time this year the ALL DIGITAL Week was organized in Finland thanks to our cooperation with Bildningsalliansen and Make it Finland. We were very excited to partner with them and hope it will continue. They really pulled their resources and organized a few events all over the country, one being a big opening day called From Digiblaha to Digiaha. 19 March became the All Digital Day. The three floors of the big house in downtown Helsinki were filled with keynotes, discussions, a digital fair, presentations, and a lot of laughter. On our Unite-IT platform you can learn more about the event with the full agenda, photos and videos – if you want to organize smth similar – you have the ready script: Finland: From Digiblaha to digiaha.

Bildningsalliansen is the organization that united various partners, and at the Ceremony it was represented by Liisa Tiainen of VTKL – The Finnish Association for the Welfare of Older People.

Other two events are the training events, and no surprise that the events from these two countries won – they have been partners in the campaign from the very beginning – Romania and Spain.

Best training event ‘Introduction to Cybersecurity’, Romania

The first ‘event’ was in fact a series of events at Ienachita Văcărescu National College in Targoviste, Romania as part of Introduction to Cybersecurity training course as part of Cisco NetAcad programme. 380 students between the ages of 15 and 17 years old attended an online course either from school or from home with support of their teachers. You can learn more in the blog Romania: “Introduction to Cybersecurity” at “Ienachita Vacarescu” National College.
The teachers from the College Anca Mihaela Rafira and Catalina Estera Vlad were present at the Ceremony.

Best training event “All Digital Ring”, Spain

It felt like the biggest media buzz was coming from Extremadura, Spain – over 1100 users participated in ALL DIGITAL Rings in various ICT centres, civic centres, libraries and other public spaces. The events were supported by ALL DIGITAL member AUPEX.  The ring is an activity based on a Scratch project, easily scalable that have been adapted to different levels of digital competence and contexts. Also, on our Unite-IT blog Spain: All Digital Ring | Scratch project to be shared there is a detailed explanation of how it is done, the links to questions and tips on how to conduct.
AUPEX and ALL DIGITAL Ring was represented by Antonio Roman-Casas.

 

The winners of ALL DIGITAL Week Best event were awarded by CEO of ALL DIGITAL Laurentiu Bunescu. CONGRATULATIONS!

From left to right: Representatives of AUPEX, ALL DIGITAL, Bildningsalliansen, Ienachita Vacarescu National College

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125,000 participants in 5,000 events of ALL DIGITAL Week 2018

ALL DIGITAL Week 2018 turned out to be one of the most successful campaigns – it united 4,070 partners from 32 countries to offer 5,445 events to over 125,000 participants.

The digital empowerment campaign was organised by ALL DIGITAL for the 9th time and was run in digital competence centres, libraries, schools, community centres, etc. across Europe supported by local authorities, companies, academia and volunteers from various sectors.

Laurentiu Bunescu, CEO of ALL DIGITAL, said, “We organise ALL DIGITAL WEEK to support Europeans in their digital transformation journeys. More than ever, we all need to invest in digital skills for media literacy, social inclusion, employability, entrepreneurship and education.”

Special employment centre workers in Spain

This year the campaign was supported by Certiport, a Pearson VUE businessthe leading provider of certification exam development, delivery, and program management services. Fiona Fanning, Director of European Affairs, commented, “As technology pervades all aspects of our lives, it has never been more important to ensure that all Europeans have the opportunity to gain the digital skills and certification that will help them succeed as a student, citizen, and an employee. We are thrilled to support the important mission of ALL DIGITAL Week in facilitating a truly pan-European digital transformation.”

Creative programming class in Romania

As the technology develops, there are still people who are left behind, and 43% of Europeans still have insufficient level of digital skills, so initiatives  like ALL DIGITAL Week stay important. The ALL DIGITAL Week 2018 had two main themes:

  • Build trust in technology by developing critical thinking and media literacy (including being aware of and combating fake news, hate speech and social media abuse)
  • Develop a lifelong learning approach to enhancing digital skills in an ever changing and increasingly digital-oriented economy.

Digital Literacy workshop in Denmark

Underpinning these themes there were diverse events and activities covering a variety of topics from basic digital skills (30.7%),  digital media literacy (23.9%) to online safety and cybersecurity (12.6%), STEAM (10.9%) and coding (5%). The figures show the relevance of the original idea of the campaign – to bring people online and help them with basic digital skills.

The most  popular types of events were workshops and training sessions (58.5%), digital skills assessment and certification (14.8%) and information sessions/seminars (11.3%). However, there were also different promo events, conferences, discussions, awards, contests, and even hackathons.

Debate in Sweden

The events are traditionally offered to various audiences, and this year the main target groups included school children (30.1%), trainers/teachers (18.7%), general public (17.7%), unemployed adults (10.5%), NEETs (7.9%) and retirees/elderly (5.4%).

ALL DIGITAL Week was led by our national partners in 26 countries, and all the figures are based on the reports provided by them. We are grateful for their dedication and leadership in their communities. You can see the overview of activities in each country where we had a national partner by clicking on the flag. There you can also see the links to blogposts, photos, some media coverage, and information on past editions.

Coding in Bulgaria

This year we made the campaign more inclusive – any event organiser could put their event on the map and tell us how it went, even if there were no national partners involved. Over 800 events were added to the map, and we are so happy to have learned that the campaign activities were held in more countries and more communities beyond the ones covered by national partners. Thank you!! We hope you have all enjoyed being part of the European campaign and we’d like to see you again with us next year!

All the events entered the contest, and the jury chose the 10 finalists and THREE BEST events of ALL DIGITAl Week 2018  – ‘All digital ring’ workshop from Spain, Introduction to Cybersecurity from Romania, and the campaign launch event from Finland. They Awards Ceremony will take place in Brussels on 18 October as part of the ALL DIGITAL Summit.

Coding event in Italy

What now?

And we, together with our partners, will continue our efforts to support people in their digital journeys! So JOIN US FOR the 10th edition of ALL DIGITAL Week on 25-31 March 2019!

ALL DIGITAL Week 2018_Infographics in pdf

 

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Best events of ALL DIGITAL Week 2018

Over 800 events have been added to the #alldigitalweek map, and many more to the individual countries’ maps. The variety of events was truly impressive, and we were really excited to learn about them from the map.

All the events automatically entered the Best Event competition, the information about which was disseminated by our national partners and presented on our website.

What did the event organisers have to do to participate in the contest?

Opening event in Finland

  1. Add the event to the Map of events;
  2.  After the event was conducted, they went back to the form to update it: they had to add a detailed description of the event, photos, and quotes from participants. The description could include learning objectives, stages, results, what participants have learned, what went well, what was challenging, their own impressions of the event;

    Cypersecurity training in Romania

  3. Organisers could also publish the blog about the event on Unite-IT platform and add the link to the description (preferred option);
  4.  All completed events entered the competition automatically;
  5. The best events were 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, etc.
The ALL DIGITAL Week team selected 10 best events for the jury’s consideration, and here are our finalist events:
  1. Spain: Media Literacy | True or False, what do you believe?
  2. Russia: MOOC for Learning to Code
  3. Finland: From Digiblaha to digiaha
  4. Romania: Web accessibility – make the Internet available for all!
  5. Romania: “Introduction to Cybersecurity” at “Ienachita Vacarescu” National College, Targoviste
  6. Spain: All Digital Ring | Scratch project to be shared
  7. Serbia: QR Code: Combining national tradition and modern technology
  8. Macedonia – National Competition of Computer Science and Engineering 2018
  9. Romania:  With small steps in “The Knight’s World”
  10. Serbia: ALL WEEK in primary and high school “9 May” from Zrenjanin

And among those the jury selected the best three. Our warmest congratulations go to

All Digital Ring in Spain

The prize includes participation in the ALL DIGITAL Summit 2018 on 18-19 October in Brussels: conference package and travel grant for up to 500 EU for one representative from a winning organisation.

We look forward to seeing the winners in Brussels and celebrating their efforts in the special Awards Ceremony on 18 October!

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United through one goal – make all Europeans digital!

The first 2 days of pan-European Week brought Europeans on exciting digital journeys and let us learn not only digital skills but also geography while looking at 650 + events on the campaign map and getting photos and videos on social media.

From flowery Madeira in the Atlantic to the Isle of Man in the Irish Sea and Aland Islands in the Baltic and from the city of Noyabrsk in Russian Siberia to sunny Cyprus and Malta in the Mediterranean – the variety of geography and events is impressive!

Some countries have participated in the campaign from its start in 2010, others are just joining for the first time, but each has something unique and valuable to offer in their communities.

So far, the largest number of events is in Croatia. CTK Rijeka, which is leading the campaign in the country as the National Partner for the first time, has partnered with the best Croatian organisations involved in improving digital and media literacy, especially for children and young people. A lot of the events are organised by IRIM (The Institute for Youth Development and Innovativity), which created a thriving teaching and learning system based on micro:bit computer. Those workshops are run across the whole country.

CTK Rijeka’s Executive Director Olivera Stanic, who is also the finalist of ALL DIGITAL Awards 2017 as a Digital Changemaker, commented, “We believe that nowadays it is impossible to be an equal member of society without the digital skills that enable us to enjoy all opportunities that are waiting in digitalised world. Everybody needs digital skills! That’s why we are part of this campaign from its beginning in 2010. Together with our partners from NGOs, public institutions, schools, and entrepreneurs, we have empowered thousands of citizens in our communities. We cherish the campaign because it connects organisations working in this field from all Europe. All of us are united through this week around one goal – to make all Europeans digital.”

Indeed, this is the largest digital inclusion and digital empowerment campaign in Europe, which has already involved over a million people.

Training in Petrosani, Romania

One of the most active participants have always been from Romania, from the very beginning. And this year again we see many workshops and other training events across the whole country – from first click and skills testing to cybersecurity and coding with Minecraft. Gabriela Barna, Director of EOS Romania, remarked, “Romania has some of the best IT specialists in Europe and at the same time the lowest level of ICT skills amongst its general population, ranking last in EU 28. We are organising ALL DIGITAL Week in the interest of the many who are not yet benefiting from the digital society opportunities. We will keep going for as long as it takes.”

And we keep going! Even in the countries with high levels of digital skills, there are still those who need help with making the first click and upgrade their knowledge. We are happy to bring ALL DIGITAL Week to new countries and new regions and to learn from partners there!

Make It Festival in Finland

For example, this year, the campaign is happening for the first time in Finland, thanks to our new partnership with Bildningsalliansen and Make it Finland.

The campaign in Finland started with Make it Festival in Turku on 17 March and with a big launch event on 19 March in Helsinki. In Helsinki,  for the whole day the three floors of the big house were offering three different programme channels, including a code corner, a game corner, key notes, dialogue, pop-up presentations live podcasting, you tubing and other interactive programme points.

We decided to join ALL DIGITAL Week because we feel very strongly that the digital future is too important to leave to governments and experts alone”, explained Johanni Larjanko, coordinator at Bildningsalliansen. “We are all affected by the digital revolution, and we all should have a say. For some time, the trend has been towards regarding citizens as consumers, consuming services provided by commercial and public bodies. But the true power in digitalization comes with empowerment. When we can have a say in things, we are heard, as individuals and as groups, society will listen. And thus, we can help build the society we all want to live in.”

Digital Ring in Villafranca

A lot of events, social media posts, photos and videos have also come from Spain (have you seen their Digital Ring activities?). And it is not surprising, as the national partner in the campaign is the Association of Telecentre Network, which includes 11  networks in itself. The Association has been participating in the campaign since 2013 to encourage people to use the Internet and to acquire digital skills. Spain has been one of the most active countries in these 5 years with 24,000 people involved.

The aim of our Association is to raise awareness and promote digital competences among citizens, especially for social inclusion, safety, life-long learning, and employability,” said José-Antonio González-Martínez, from the Presidency of Association of Telecentre Networks, Spain.  “Our more than 1,500 digital innovation centres in Spain are key to reach this objective, but we strongly believe that all the stakeholders involved in Europe must work together to pursue this goal.  The ALL DIGITAL Week gives us a great opportunity to communicate all our activities in a common framework of joint efforts across Europe, so that every European citizen has the chance to go digital”.

Different countries, different organisations united by the same aim – to help Europeans benefit from digital transformation! Join us!

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ALL DIGITAL Week launched in 25 countries

ALL DIGITAL Week 2018 has started, and our partners are taking digital to the next level in their countries.

More than 1,245 partners in 25 European countries will bring training, seminars, workshops, talks and other initiatives to an estimated 80,000 participants, throughout at least 2,000 events.

Over 500 events are already showcased on the European map of ALL DIGITAL WEEK.

The campaign addresses digital and media literacy, online safety, cybersecurity, coding, and many other themes connected to digital skills and technology with online and offline actions and events.

Laurentiu Bunescu, CEO of ALL DIGITAL, commented, “We organise ALL DIGITAL WEEK to support Europeans in their digital transformation journeys. More than ever, we all need to invest in digital skills for media literacy, social inclusion, employability, entrepreneurship and education.”

ALL DIGITAL Week 2018 is supported by Certiport, a Pearson VUE business – the leading provider of certification exam development, delivery, and program management services.  Fiona Fanning, Director of European Affairs, said,As technology pervades all aspects of our lives, it has never been more important to ensure that all Europeans have the opportunity to gain the digital skills and certification that will help them succeed as a student, citizen, and an employee. We are thrilled to support the important mission of ALL DIGITAL Week in facilitating a truly pan-European digital transformation.”

The campaign has two main themes. The first is related to helping people build trust in technology by developing critical thinking and media literacy in a time with a lot of ‘fake news’ and distrust in the media. The second major theme is helping to develop a lifelong learning approach to enhancing digital skills in an ever-changing and increasingly digital-oriented economy.

To recognise the efforts of helping to develop digital skills for children, adults and the elderly, event organizers will receive certificates. They also automatically enter the contest for the Best event. The winners will be invited to attend the ALL DIGITAL Summit in Brussels in October 2018.

Anybody can join the campaign, even if there are no national partners in your country. If you want to see what events will happen or where, you can check the events map .

We invite PARTICIPANTS to share their impressions, opinions, photos, videos or feedback on social media with hashtag #alldigitalweek. And we encourage EVENT ORGANISERS to tell us about your activities on our community platform Unite-IT platform, which provides networking opportunities, hosts the photos, videos and stories from ALL DIGITAL Week.

LET THE FESTIVAL OF DIGITAL BEGIN!

 

 

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ALL DIGITAL Week 2018: activities with the digital world in mind

Remember those days when people used to say that technologies were the future? Well,  the future is now. We live in a time when machines are getting smarter, computers are getting better and robots can maintain a whole conversation or even receive the citizenship or go to Mars.

Technology is all around us; it is impossible to avoid, and it has its perks and downsides. Even though it is improving our lives immensely, its constant rapid changes are terrifying many and leading to exclusion, but also the amount of fake news, hate speech and social media abuse is escalating.

So, this year, the ALL DIGITAL Week focuses on two major themes: helping people build trust in technology by developing critical thinking and media literacy, including being aware of issues mentioned above; and develop a lifelong learning approach to enhancing digital skills in an ever-changing and increasingly digital-oriented economy.

This year’s campaign is supported by Certiport, a Pearson VUE business, and 26 national partners across Europe. In the week of 19-25 March, National Partners will bring the ALL DIGITAL Week campaign to their countries, addressing digital and media literacy, online safety, cybersecurity, coding, and many other themes connected to digital skills and technology. To do that, the partners will organize, conduct and disseminate different types of online and offline activities, foreseeing to involve at least 80,000 people.

Anybody can join the Campaign

National partners are to lead the campaigns in their countries, but ANYBODY can join the campaign, even if there are no national partners in your country. You can organise an event yourselves and let us know about it by adding it on the ALL DIGITAL Week Map.

After the event is conducted, you can go back to your form and describe how it went – let us know your impressions, share participants feedback and photos. All event organisers will receive the certificate and can automatically enter the contest for the Best training or Best promo event, the winners of which will be invited to attend the ALL DIGITAL Summit in Brussels in October.

You don’t know which events to organize? Browse our RESOURCES for inspiration, you can also get some hints from our national partners there.

Also, don’t forget to register your support of the campaign by using the online GET REGISTERED counter. During the Week, all the numbers of participants will be shown on the campaign’s homepage

Welcoming New National Partners

For the first time this year, the campaign will be held in Finland thanks to our collaboration with two new partners – Bildningsalliansen and Make it Finland. Bildningsalliansen is launching the Week with a large public event in Helsinki. The three floors of a house in downtown will be filled with three different programme channels, including a code corner, a game corner, key notes, dialogue, pop-up presentations live podcasting, youtubing and other interactive programme points. Make It Finland and its partners will organise a Make It Festival and will run workshops in libraries and schools on fake news, programming, VR & AR, etc.

After a few years, the campaign is coming back to Bulgaria. Global Libraries – Bulgaria Foundation, the first-time National partner, is organizing activities that will include e-skills testing, IT career guidance training, seminars on online safety and online skills for people over 60, among other events.

This year, we also have a new national partner in MacedoniaiVote Foundation, working in collaboration with our partner in previous years Open the Windows. They will organize public events, presentations, debates, seminars that will involve various stakeholders, but the targeted groups are young people and people with disabilities.

We are also pleased to have CTC Rijeka stepping up as a new national partner in Croatia, bringing all the experience of organising the campaign at regional level in all the previous years. It will develop activities for their event organisers on three bases: build personal responsibility and promote media and digital literacy; use digital tools to improve the chances in the increasingly digital society; and learn new digital skills.

What is planned in various countries?

Here are just the glimpses of events and activities planned by other national partners to give you an idea of the diversity of the ALL DIGITAL Week. By clicking on the links you can get the full description.

In Spain, the Spanish Association of Telecentre Networks, as before, coordinates the campaign through its 11 networks. The Spanish National Partner developed several activities for the promoters of the campaign. The activities have been programmed from the different networks that form the association and include workshops, webinars, talks with experts.

A joint digital skills and services promotion campaign will be organized by National Digital skills Coalition in Latvia, led by LIKTA, together with other partners.  Traditionally events will be organised across the whole country or broadcast, they will include secure use of the Internet and data privacy, youth ICT, digital skills and services. In Romania, EOS Romania Foundation, involves 100 partners in the campaign to deliver training on on First Click, ICT and Entrepreneurship for Women, Digital skills for seniors, and Minecraft for Education courses.  Stiftung Digitale Chancen (SDC) is the German National Partner and will conduct multipliers training events and will teach senior citizens how to use tables. SDC will lead the campaign with the support from Scientific Institute of the Technical University of Dortmund and 21st Century Competence Centre.

In Italy, ALL DIGITAL Week 2018 happens in collaboration between ERVET and Fondazione Mondo Digitale (FMD). ERVET will coordinate a wide range of events from promotion of Coding Camp for Girls and digital library service Emilib to Open FabLab session, Apps for Carers workshops for educators and students. FMD will organize workshops in schools on coding, gaming, robotics and events on digital entrepreneurship and digital arts. Föreningen Sambruk and Digidelnetverket, coordinating ALL DIGITAL Week in Sweden, offer a variety of information & training sessions for drop-in’s, including beginner’s classes on ICT skills for employment, as well as protecting e-ID and fostering trust in e-services. Simbioza Genesis Social Enterprise, in Slovenia, plans activities in three ways: through primary schools with pupils and seniors; with senior citizens in an innovative lab of technology Simbioza BTC City Lab; and in Digital Academy with young people and adults.

Though involving people of all ages, still the main focus will be on young people in Albania, Portugal, Russia, and Serbia.

Thus, Albania, through AIS, will focus in involving young people in using the Internet in the most efficient way and will organize meetings in different schools.Tvoy Kurs: IT for Youth project in Russia, and its partners as in previous years, are organizing diverse events across the whole country: school codethons, competitions, e-skills testing and IT career guidance training, online safety seminars, meetings with the leaders of IT companies and video lectures for school kids. In Serbia, International Aid Network’s main partners will be 150 schools with ICT training and workshops, coding classes, online safety and e-Participation events. In the westernmost country of Europe, the Programa Escolhas represents Portugal as a National Partner. Some of the planned workshops are on 3D printing, building a robot, social networks for the elderly, Internet of Things, cyberbullying, and Scratch marathon.

In the following countries the campaign will have a stronger focus on online safety and digital media literacy. For the second time the campaign will be held in Switzerland, and National partner Ynternet.org puts the emphasis on promoting responsible behaviours in digital environments. They have also partners with TEDxGeneva, and the flagship event will be the TEDx “And the day after?”. In Lithuania, with Langas į ateitį as a national partner, the main activities will include training and awareness raising for safe use of social networks and e-services, anti-bullying campaign, promotion of General data Protection Regulation for citizens and organizations.  In Poland, Information Society Development Foundation have developed ready-to-use scripts for meetings for their partners. This year they are ‘Think critical, beware fake news’ where the participants will learn how to identify fake news and how to assess the reliability of information. The two main topics for the ALL DIGITAL Week 2018 in Denmark are Cybersecurity and ‘How to die on the internet’. As in previous years, Telecentre-Danmark will produce a TV programme focusing on practical use, legal aspects and rights pertaining to these functions.

Campaign activities will also happen in Czech Republic, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, UK.

What are you planning for the ALL DIGITAL Week?  Join the campaign and put your event on the MAP!

 

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ALL DIGITAL Week 2018 – more inclusive, more diverse

ALL DIGITAL Week is following in the footsteps of the European Get Online Week as one of the major pan-European awareness raising campaigns on digital skills for inclusion and employment. It is run at digital competence centres, libraries, schools, community centres and non-for-profits across Europe, bringing 100,000 Europeans every year in exciting online and offline events tackling digital transformation and its effects.

The ALL DIGITAL Week campaign sends a strong message to all Europeans that they should take active steps towards understanding the digital transformation and benefiting from it, by learning new media literacy and digital skills and by developing an adaptive mindset.

The campaign will give people tools and approaches to enhance their digital skills and help them to be more adaptive with respect to their working skills. The campaign will:

  • Build trust in technology by developing critical thinking and media literacy (including being aware of and combating fake news, hate speech and social media abuse)
  • Develop a lifelong learning approach to enhancing digital skills in an ever changing and increasingly digital-oriented economy.

Underpinning these themes there will be a range of events and activities covering a variety of topics from digital literacy to online safety and cybersecurity to coding.

What is the target audience?

All Europeans with insufficient digital and media literacy skills! This campaign has something for everyone – no matter the age, gender, nationality, education or employment status.  

What’s new in 2018?

  • Anyone can join!
  • Open to national partners outside of the ALL DIGITAL network
  • Open to event organisers in any country (even if there is no national partner) – you can put your event on the map
  • Contest for the best event among event organisers during the Week
  • Good Practices from National partners from previous campaigns (available in February)
  • Teaching activities scripts (available in February)

How to get involved?

You can participate in the campaign in various ways – as a national partner, event organiser, supporter and, of course, as a participant. Learn more in the Get involved section.

In 2018, the Unite-IT platform provides networking opportunities for event organisers, hosts the photos, videos and stories from ALL DIGITAL Week.

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GOW17 Report is out!

This year, 2,849 organisations in 25 countries engaged over 92,460 participants in 3,506 events and reached millions.

Since its first edition in 2010, GOW has always been a truly multi-stakeholder campaign bringing together formal and informal training providers, local and national authorities, other public institutions, IT and other industries in a joint effort to show the benefits of digital skills and support the digital inclusion. The campaign has transformed over the years, the topics have changed, but the essence has stayed the same –  digital skills underpin every area of our modern internet-connected life and the impact of gaining digital skills, confidence, and security is huge.

In 2017 the campaign highlighted the benefits of digital transformation, but also the importance of partnership in helping people and organisations to develop skills and a mindset to adapt to and take advantage of the constant changes.

Have a look at the final report online and see the overall information, statistics, media coverage, as well as the country profiles with their main activities and photos from events.

See the GOW17 Report in pdf

See the GOW17 infographics

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