This year over 1,500 events have been added to the #alldigitalweek 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?
- Add the event to the Map of events;
- 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.
- Organisers could also publish the blog about the event on Unite-IT platform and add the link to the description (preferred option);
- The finalists were chosen by ALL DIGITAL staff
The scale and variety of events was truly impressive, and it was not easy to choose the best ones.
- Make STEAMazing World – Dalia Kager, Velika Gorica, Croatia
- ICT career guidance for hard of hearing students – Central City Library, Kaliningrad, Russia (event)
- Don’t Be Fooled – AUPEX, Extremadura, Spain
- Web 2.0 tools in classroom teaching – Elementary school Knez Sima Markovic, Barajevo, Serbia (event)
- Internet is the Genie in the Lamp – Oltea Doamna School, Oradea, Romania (event)
- Face Cyberbully – TUDO, Dortmund, Germany (event)
- Digital Marathon – Volgograd Agricultural University, Russia (event)
- Presentation on Cybersecurity – EURid in Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Poland (one of the events)
- Get Your Job Online – TUDO, Dortmund, Germany (event)
- Literature and Digitization – Liceul Voievodul Mircea, Targoviste, Romania
- Web VR-Jam – Togliatti State University, Russia (event)
- Digital Competence Development – When and How – Vilnius University Kaunas Faculty, Lithuania (event)
- RETO – ALL DIGITAL Challenge, AUPEX, Extremadura, Spain
- New Digital Jobs – New Opportunities – Kyiv National University of Culture & Arts, Ukraine