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2019:

Fondazione Mondo Digitale (FMD) was the ALL DIGITAL Week partner for the seventh time.

For ALL DIGITAL Week 2019, Fondazione Mondo Digitale developed a varied programme of activities dedicated to all citizens in Italy, from students to elderly. The programme’s objectives were: promoting new talents and ideas; endow young men and women with labour market needs; promote a culture of sharing, collaboration and open innovation; stimulate curiosity, analysis and problem-solving; develop opportunities for learning digital skills amongst people around Italy by promoting the exchange of information and knowledge and promoting peer learning.

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The week before the official start of the campaign, Fondazione Mondo Digitale took part in the Milano Digital Week, the initiative, promoted by the Municipality of Milan, to support the innovation and digital transformation. During this week Fondazione Mondo Digitale organized 7 events and brought more than 200 students in class with the main ICT companies, such as Dell, Facebook and Microsoft. This event was not only the chance to make young people aware of the use of new technologies, but also to anticipate in Italy the ALL DIGITAL Week.

From 25 to 31 March Fondazione Mondo Digitale organized 36 workshops for students, teachers, youngers, migrants and old people in collaboration with important companies in Italy: Facebook, Microsoft, Free Formers, Olivetti, Ericsson, etc. Thanks to the collaboration with experts of different sectors, people took part in many activities: from Artificial Intelligence laboratories in collaboration with Microsoft to coding and robotics workshops supported by Olivetti.

Some examples:

  • With the “Vivere Digitale” project, in collaboration with Facebook and Free Formers, 200 students of 7 different italian regions improved their competences about cyber security and social media.
  • With the “Ambizione Italia per la scuola” project, supported by Microsoft, 400 students and teachers took part in Rome, Milan and other 5 italian cities in artificial intelligence activities.
  • With the ISEV Project, implemented as part of Programme Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education, many high school students taught the elderly to use computer and smartphone.
  • With the Holomakers project, implemented as part of the Erasmus+ Programme, 30 students took part in a workshop to create holograms and familiarise with the basics of image elaboration.
  • The hackathon in collaboration with Olivetti was a highlight of the campaign. How can we improve our quality of life with “intelligent objects”? How can we change our daily habits thanks to IoT technology? What will the cities of the future be like and how will they be connected? Within the “Share School” project, ten teams of high school students worked with Arduino and Scratch to design and develop the smart cities of the future. It was very interesting to see the IoT Generation at work!

Fondazione Mondo Digitale and its 11 partners and 28 organising partners offered 36 events for 1,100 people.

Some examples of media coverage:

  • https://www.avvenire.it/economia/pagine/milano-digital-week-studenti-a-scuola-dalle-aziende
  • Milano Digital Week
  • http://scuola24.ilsole24ore.com/art/scuola/2019-03-13/con-milano-digital-week-studenti-scuola-aziende–170721.php?uuid=ABkV1jdB

Contact: Francesca Meini


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2020: Help Desk for an inclusive and transformative school

Fondazione Mondo Digitale (FMD) is the ALL DIGITAL Week partner for the eighth time.

In Italy, the coronavirus emergency has not stopped the wish to teach and learn, even if the schools are closed all over the country. Many teachers are trying to move their lessons online, but not always contents, tools and methodologies are suitable. In order to make sure that no one is left behind during the suspension of didactic activities, the Fondazione Mondo Digitale (FMD) has activated an educative channel to support the distance teaching.

The multi-channel is based on four sections. The first one collects webinars, online courses, best practices and tools dedicated to students and teachers: from the online lab on artificial intelligence in collaboration with Microsoft (Ambizione Italia Project) to the multimedia resources, available in English, to talk about with young people about bullying and gender violence (Gender Equality Matters (GEM) Project: Tackling Gender-based Violence).

During the All Digital Week, thanks to the partnership with Google, many webinars are dedicated to coding (Computer Science First Project) and to the safe use of Internet (Be Internet Awesome Project).

The educational channel also includes a section dedicated to lifelong learning and a mini blog to post about ideas and to tell good stories. Last but not least Fondazione Mondo Digitale has activated a multi-channel helpdesk on the GoToWebinar Platform. However, questions can also be asked via the main messaging services such as WhatsApp and Telegram. The objective of the help desk service is not only to provide support to teachers, but also to create a forum for debate in which to share experience and activate peer help. Every Thursday from 5 to 6 pm (https://www.mondodigitale.org/it/sportello).

Some scheduled webinars available on www.mondodigitale.org/it/formazione:
18/03 16-17.30 | Internet safety for parents
19/03 17-18 | Help desk for teachers
24/03 10-12 | Coding for teachers
25/03 10-12 | Coding for teachers
27/03 14.30-16.30 | Coding for teachers
30/03 14.30-16.30 | Coding for teachers
31/03 10-12 | Coding for teachers

For all those who are unable to attend live, all webinars are recorded and available online on youtube.

Contact: Francesca Meini


2019 PLANS

ALL DIGITAL Week 2019 in Italy will be led by three main partners: ERVET, Fondazione Mondo Digitale, and Centro Studi Foligno. Learn about their activities below

Centro Studi Citta di Foligno (CSF) for the first time will lead the campaign in the Umbria region.

CSF we will invite all relevant stakeholders to organise  events during or around ALL DIGITAL Week and will organise a week of their own events.

CSF has just inaugurated DigiPass, one of the 8 digital competence centres recognized by the Umbria Region for the promotion of digital skills to all citizens and especially to those who need support for the access to online public services.  During  ALL DIGITAL Week 2019 CSF will boost the promotion of all the services and opportunities offered by the DigiPass, namely:
– an open-desk that will stay open Mon-Fri, 6 hours/day, where anyone can go and ask for digital support to from e-facilitators
– a brand-new fully equipped IT lab for training and workshops
– an open space with 15 BYDS (bring your device stations) that will operate as a temporary co-working and fab-lab for local startuppers and entrepreneurs
– a relax area for meetings with an advanced system for in-presence virtual meetings.

Each day of the campaign will be dedicated to a specific target group and will include:

–  a round-table during afternoons with social sector representatives, in order to understand what services and activities they want to be offered
– a thematic workshop on one of the CSF’s EU projects focused on digital skills and innovation during mornings.

The tentative programme for the Week is:

  • Monday 25 March. Target group – primary schools: workshop on Scratch with WELCOME project participants
  • Tuesday 26 March. Target group  – secondary schools:  workshop on AR&VR with Crowddreaming trainers
  • Wednesday 27 March. Target group – local authorities: workshop on Smart Cities with DevOps engineers
  • Thursday 28 March. Target group – SMEs: workshop on Open Technlogies with OPEN-AE trainers
  • Friday 29 March. Target group – adults and elderly people: workshop on Basic Digital Skills with DCDS trainers
  • Saturday 30 March. Target group Industry and University – event with the local Start-up grind community

CSF will work with:

  • 5 primary and 5 secondary schools, involving minimum 40 students
  • 8 local authorities who will bring at least 20 public officers
  • 40 among SMEs, large companies, local associations and NGOs that will involve at least 60 participants

In total CSF expects to involve at least 140 citizens with  different workshops and round-tables.

The campaign will be promoted mainly at local and regional level, by using the official communication channel of DigiPass:
– the regional wesbite: http://digipass.regione.umbria.it
– the Telegram channel: https://t.me/digipassumbria
– the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/DigiPASSFoligno/

Contact : Altheo Valentini


ERVET (Emilia Romagna Valorizzazione Economica del Territorio, Bologna) will be the partner for the ALL DIGITAL Week in Italy for the fifth time.

The 2019 edition of the campaign in Emilia Romagna will see again the participation of multiple actors working on digital culture and education in different domains.

The three main streams of initiatives are the following:

  1. Workshops and information events of the Pane e Internet (PeI) project of the regional government run in collaboration with Municipalities through the PeI Points. They are the digital literacy training courses for adults and seniors (often on the use of smartphones); events for children, teenagers and their families on safe Internet use; and information meetings on online fiscal services to get tax benefits for the home, in collaboration with the national Agenzia delle Entrate.
  2. The wide range of training workshops for school teachers on educational technology and innovative pedagogical methods, run by the Servizio Marconi of the Emilia Romagna regional office of the Ministry of Education.
  3. The innovative digital, coding and multimedia educational workshops run byOpen Group (often focused on the potential to address various disabilities) for early childhood, children and teenagers, their families and the educators working with them.

A number of other initiatives on different topics are organised by local digital culture associations such as Casa Corsini and Civibox, Unioncamere (Chambers of Commerce), Media Library online and Modena libraries and CPIA adult education school, EWMD in Reggio Emilia and Modena (coding for girls).

Almost 2,000 people are expected to participate to these events during the ADW 2019.

Contact: Mr. Stefano Kluzer 


Another Italian partner will be Fondazione Mondo Digitale (FMD), which had been the partner for six previous editions of the campaign as well.

Fondazione Mondo Digitale leads the ALL DIGITAL Week in Italy with an important programme of activities dedicated to all citizens, from students to elderly.

The programme’s objectives are: promoting new talent and ideas; endow young men and women with labour market needs; promote a culture of sharing, collaboration and open innovation; stimulate curiosity, analysis and problem-solving; develop opportunities for learning digital skills amongst people around Italy by promoting the exchange of information and knowledge and promoting peer learning.

Fondazione Mondo Digitale organizes about 25 workshops from 25 to 31 March dedicated to students, teachers, youngers, migrants and old people. Thanks to the collaboration with important ICT companies and experts of different sectors, people take part in many activities: from Artificial Intelligence laboratories in collaboration with Microsoft to coding and robotics workshops supported by Olivetti.

Some projects within ALL DIGITAL Week:

  • Vivere Digitale” in collaboration with Facebook and Freeformers: provide students with the opportunity to improve their competences and acquire the mentality necessary to fully exploit the new forms of digital economy; workshops from cybersecurity to social media and innovation in different regions of Italy: Lazio, Abruzzo, Campania, Lombardia, Sicily, Basilicata;
  • Ambizione Italia per la scuola” in collaboration with Microsoft: accelerate digital transformation in Italy and contribute to employment and drive the country’s growth. Workshop on Artificial Intelligence at Microsoft House in Milan, Innovation Gym in Rome and many schools in all Italy;
  • Vagone FMD. Da 01 a 100”  – coding activities for young women in collaboration with Facebook: FMD is one of the partners at Binario F, the new facility by Facebook Italy dedicated to the development of digital competences;
  • Share School” in collaboration with Olivetti: practical labs with the Microninja Kit for younger children in the digital environments at the Virtual Innovation Gym and hackathon;
  • Inclusive Senior Education through Virtual U3A (ISEV)” is a project implemented as part of Programme Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education. Digital literacy courses for the elderly. The teachers are high school students;
  • Holomakers”, implemented as part of the Erasmus+ Programme. At the Innovation gym students learn to design computer- and analogically generated holograms and familiarise with the basics of image elaboration;
  • Open Space” selected by Con i Bambini for the Fund to Contrast the Educational Poverty of Minors: during the ALL DIGITAL Week the project arrives in in suburban areas of Reggio Calabria (South of Italy) with coding workshops for students.
  • In addition, during 13-15 March Fondazione Mondo Digitale participates in the Milan Digital Week with 7 events organized in collaboration with some important ICT companies (Olivetti, Facebook, Free Formers, Microsoft, Ericsson, Dell, Omnitech, Fondazione Don Gnocchi) to make young people aware of the use of new technologies.

Together with their 11 partners, FMD will involve at least 1,000 participants in the campaign activities.

Contact: Francesca Meini


 

2018 Report: Citizens 100% digital: building digital citizenship through inclusive activities, enhanced competence and wider usage of online services

ALL DIGITAL Week 2018 in Italy was run in collaboration between ERVET and Fondazione Mondo Digitale. Learn about their activities below

ERVET (Emilia Romagna Valorizzazione Economica del Territorio, Bologna) was the National Partner for the ALL DIGITAL Week in Italy for the fourth time.

As in previous years, almost 30 local partners collaborated with Regione Emilia-Romagna and the Pane e Internet network to run the campaign events. School students, in particular, were both actors and recipients of many initiatives.

Together with the National Revenue Agency, PeI Points organized 5 introductory meetings to promote the Agency’s online services to citizens. These activities are part of a wider programme to promote a regular use of advanced online services by the regional administration, not only among senior citizens, but also workers and adults in general. Young people are called to contribute to this effort.

With local secondary school students, PeI Points organized in various locations training sessions for seniors on using smartphones.

PeI Points in Modena and Reggio Emilia ran two promotional events set up by EWMD Reggio-Modena for the Coding Summer Camp for Girls, attended by over 250 students.

Servizio Marconi TSI, the digital team of the Regional School Office of Italian Ministry of Education organized 9 hands-on workshops with over 150 teachers on digital practices and tools in education.

Teachers and students of Italian L2 courses at adult education school CPIA Modena 1 were trained on the digital library service EmiLib. Libraries in Modena and others cities promoted the new service also to citizens.

Open Group, Ervet, and Fondazione Aldini Valeriani conducted a workshop of the COLIBLITE project (COmmunity LIBraries and digital LITEracy skills for disadvantaged children, http://www.miramedia.nl/projecten/internationaal-coliblite.htm), which explored the digital competence needs of teachers, librarians, and youth workers to develop digital citizenship among young people.

The European Digital Competence framework for citizens DigComp was presented in a technical seminar by ERVET and the Regional government to the vocational training centers of Emilia Romagna.

Other events concerned: universal design for learning (UDL) in multimedia content production (Dept. of Education Science Bologna University); FabLab activities at Casa Corsini (Fiorano, Modena) and Officine On/Off Parma (inclusive coding and robotics lab with Asphi Foundation), mobile applications to support family caregivers (Anziani e non solo, http://www.appsforcarers.eu/), tips and apps to improve seniors’ life (Asphi Foundation in Parma).

ERVET and its 29 partners offered 38 events for 980 people and reached 30,000 through online and offline channels.

Highlights of the campaign

Making students and young people in general active contributors to the digital transformation is becoming a priority in Emilia Romagna.

Pane e Internet, in collaboration with schools, Fondazione Golinelli and others, trains and involves ever more secondary school students as e-facilitators (in public libraries, in smartphone training events for seniors etc.), by taking advantage of the school-work alternation scheme which became compulsory in 2015 for all those attending the last 3 years of secondary education.

Promoting greater gender equality in ICT and STEM education is part of this priority. EWMD Reggio-Modena two promotional meetings of the 2018 Digital Girls Summer Camp stirred much enthusiasm among both students and teachers, and over 70 girls registered to it after the events. The camp is run by teachers and tutors from University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.

Contact: Mr. Stefano Kluzer


Another Italian partner was Fondazione Mondo Digitale (FMD), which had been the partner for five previous editions of the campaign as well.

FMD runs many projects and initiatives for young and unemployed people to gain soft and digital skills through educational and training programs. FMD sees this aspect as central so that they can become competitive in the job market and in general, for a sustainable local and social development.

From 19 to 25 March, FMD organized 19 workshops for 500 students at the Innovation Gym of Rome and in Milan. Thanks to the collaboration of experts, students took part in many activities: from coding and robotics laboratories dedicated to young female students to activities for creating a media art opera.

In addition FMD promoted 4 events in collaboration with Facebook and other national organizations for the #SheMeansBusiness project. About 400 women took part in free training dedicated to digital entrepreneurship in Palermo, Naples, Pescara and Verona.

From March 15th to 18th, the FMD participated in the Milan Digital Week with 7 events organized in collaboration with some important ICT companies (Cisco, Olivetti, Facebook, Acer, Google, Epson, Microsoft) to make young people aware of the use of new technologies.

Altogether, FMD with 25 partners involved 1,000 people in 30 training and awareness raising events, and 2,000 in promotional events.

Media coverage examples:

PHOTOS from ALL DIGITAL Week 2018 (FMD)

The campaign will be promoted at local and national level through different channels:
– FMD’s official website (www.mondodigitale.org) and newsletter;
– FMD’s Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/fmdigitale
– Facebook https://www.facebook.com/FondazioneMondoDigitale/
– Twitter https://twitter.com/fmdigitale

Contact: Francesca Meini

 

 


2018 PLANS: Citizens 100% digital: building digital citizenship through inclusive activities, enhanced competence and wider usage of online services

ALL DIGITAL Week 2018 in Italy is run in collaboration between ERVET and Fondazione Mondo Digitale. Learn about their activities below

ERVET (Emilia Romagna Valorizzazione Economica del Territorio, Bologna) is the National Partner for the ALL DIGITAL Week in Italy for the fourth time.

It will coordinate a wide range of activities of various partners across Emilia Romagna and beyond:

Pane e Internet (PeI) Points will collaborate with the national Revenue Agency to increase trust, promote and facilitate the use among citizens of the Agency’s online services. This action involves a sequence of 3 meetings (1,5 hour each): 1) information on the online services and how to access them; 2) how to use the pre-filled personal revenue declaration 3) how to register rental contracts and pay taxes online. During the ALL DIGITAL Week, the introductory meeting will be held in four locations.

Servizio Marconi TSI (digital team of USR Emilia-Romagna – Regional School Office of Italian Ministry of Education) will organise 9 hands-on workshops for teachers (3 hours each) to raise their awareness of the role of digital skills/competence in education and provide them with tips for a quick introduction of digital practices at school.

EWMD Reggio-Modena will organise with PeI Points of Modena and Reggio Emilia two promotional events for students of the Coding Summer Camp for Girls).

The teachers and Italian L2 language students of the CPIA Modena 1 adult education school will be presented and trained by MLOL staff (Media Library OnLine) on the use of the digital library service Emilib, now covering 5 provinces (including Bologna) of Emilia Romagna.

ALL DIGITAL member Open Group, Ervet, and Fondazione Aldini Valeriani will conduct a workshop with teachers, librarians, and youth workers  on the competencies needed to best develop digital citizenship of children and young people. The workshop is part of the new Erasmus+ COLIBLITE project (COmmunity LIBraries and digital LITEracy skills for disadvantaged children) . Open Group will also promote the NetLit – Media Literacy Network, a national radio network launched by Open Group and others to develop critical media use of new generations, fight fake news and online hate speech.

ERVET and the Regional government will run a seminar to present DigComp, the European Digital Competence framework for citizens, to the vocational training centres of Emilia Romagna.

The Dept of Education Science of Bologna University will run a training workshop on “Universal design for learning (UDL) in multimedia content production”.

Casa Corsini will dedicate to the campaign its introductory laser-cutting licensing laboratory and Open FabLab session, held on every Monday evening.

An inclusive coding, robotics and making workshop will be also held at the Parma FabLab, organised by Asphi Foundation, Officine On/Off and other partners.

Associazione Anziani e non solo will hold jointly with Casa Corsini the workshop Apps for Carers: mobile applications to support family caregivers.

With its 30 partners, ERVET will engage at least 750 participants in ALL DIGITAL Week activities.

Contact: Mr. Stefano Kluzer 


Another Italian partner is Fondazione Mondo Digitale (FMD), which was the partner for five previous editions of the campaign as well.

FMD runs many projects and initiatives for young and unemployed people to gain soft and digital skills through educational and training programs. FMD sees this aspect as central so that they can become competitive in the job market and in general, for a sustainable local and social development.

From 19 to 25 march, FMD will organize workshops in 10 schools, mainly in Rome and Milan, dedicated to students. Thanks to the collaboration of experts and important ICT companies, students will take part in many activities: from coding and robotics laboratories dedicated to young female students to activities for creating a media art opera. Some of the activities include:

  • 6 workshops on coding and gaming; 4 digital fabrication workshops,  2 robotics workshops and one immersive reality workshop for students at InnovationGym of Rome
  • an event in Milan dedicated to digital art and promoted in collaboration with the Municipality of Milan
  • an event in Pescara dedicated to digital entrepreneurship and women in collaboration with the Italian National Craft Trades Confederation (CNA)

In addition, from March 15th to 18th, the FMD will also take part in the Milan Digital Week. They will organize 7 events to make young people aware of the use of new technologies

Altogether, FMD with partners will involve 500 people in training, and 2,000 in promotional events.

The campaign will be promoted at local and national level through different channels:
– FMD’s official website (www.mondodigitale.org) and newsletter;
– FMD’s Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/fmdigitale
– Facebook https://www.facebook.com/FondazioneMondoDigitale/
– Twitter https://twitter.com/fmdigitale

Contact: Francesca Meini


2017: From the personal electronic health folder and digital jobs to safe Internet use: the widening scope of Get Online Week

After being with us for two previous years, ERVET (Emilia Romagna Valorizzazione Economica del Territorio, Bologna) was the Italian national partner again for GOW 2017.

During the GOW17, the 13 active and newly started Pane e Internet (PeI) Points ran over 15 of PeI’s digital literacy courses for citizens and about 30 workshops, conferences, laboratories etc.

About 10 such events focused on cybersecurity and digital identity, specifically safe Internet addressing parents, teenagers and educators. Partners Proteggiamoli.org and CittadinanzAttiva was much involved here.

The promotion of online services focused on the new personal electronic health folder (partner CUP 2000); the opportunities of new mobile applications for elderly people and family caregivers (partner Anziani e non solo); the new online services by public libraries for accessing e-books (with regional Istituto per i beni artistici culturali e naturali).

Activities on new skills for employment and entrepreneurship targeted secondary school and university students, young professionals and entrepreneurs from micro, small and medium-sized firms. Topics addressed were open source software; the new digital professions born around social media, data security, and other domains, including youtubers; web marketing and how to exploit social networks for professional-business purposes.

Two national initiatives on the skills-entrepreneurship priority were also presented during the GOW. One was the Crescere in Digitale (Growing up digital) program, run by the Chambers of Commerce and Google Italy in collaboration with Unioncamere Emilia Romagna. The other was e4Job, the experimental e-leadership training programme developed by AICA and Confindustria Digitale, that was presented for the first time to local schools.

As in 2016, the GOW was anticipated by the ABC Digitale event, run by new TE member Open Group in Bologna from 06-20 March. A workshop jointly organised with I-LINC was to train youth workers on the new European Entrepreneurship Competence framework. During ABC Digitale, Open Group presented its activities on YouRock and a new counselling service, set up in collaboration with PeI and other partners, on safe internet use and other matters for parents, teachers and educators in general.

Together with its 45 partner organizations, ERVET planned to engage 1,500 users in the Get Online Week 2017 in Italy.

Contact: Mr. Stefano Kluzer 


Overview of GOW16 commitments and activities

Fondazione Mondo Digitale (FMD) was the Italian national partner for GOW in 2013, 2014 2015, and 2016.

In 2016, they participated through the RomeCup, Excellence in Robotics that is promoted every year in March, in collaboration with the Municipality of Rome and the National Headmaster Association.

The idea behind the event was that robotics can be used as a fun topic for young people to engage with. Schools, universities, and companies were to meet in Rome to bring the excellence of robotics to the capital of Italy. Around 3,000 participants were expected to visit the exhibition area and participate in competitions, workshops and laboratories.

The 3 day RomeCup was held on 16-18 March 2016 and included the following activities:

  • 30 workshops and labs on Educational Robotics addressed to young people (6-19 years old)
  • Exhibition area on Robotics with more than 100 stands (companies, schools, universities and research centres)
  • More than 100 teams from all over Europe participating in the National Robotic Competitions
  • The 1st National Robotic Olimpic Games promoted by the Ministry of Education and Research in collaboration with FMD
  • Coding Labs
  • Conference
  • Promotion of the eSkills for Jobs campaign 2016

The event was be promoted at local and national level through different channels:

  • Dedicated website www.romecup.org
  • Fondazione Mondo Digitale’s website (www.mondodigitale.org), news sections, social media (#romecup2016) and newsletters
  • Press office of the FMD and all the official partners
  • Websites of participants
The RomeCup 2016 was promoted by FMD in collaboration with Città Educativa di Roma (Municipality of Rome). The event was supported by a number of schools, universities and companies and by the ENEA (National Agency for Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Development).

Contact: Ms. Francesca Del Duca, Robotic Area Responsible


logo-ervet-Another Italian partner ERVET (Bologna) was  supporting the Emilia Romagna regional government (RER) to run for the second time GOW activities within the Pane e Internet (Pel in short) project. The new Pane e Internet (PeI) 3-year phase started in September 2014 had created 7 PeI Points with 34 participating municipalities and about 80 e-facilitators. PeI Points are networks of local actors devoted to digital competence and inclusion activities, coordinated by municipalities and based around local libraries, schools and other entities.

Thanks to these first results and the efforts underway to establish other PeI Points (19 in total planned by mid 2017), PeI was reaching ever more interlocutors and growing deeper roots across the region. Given these developments and the experience gained with GOW 2015, PeI planned the following activities for GOW 2016.

The full calendar of events by date and location is available on PeI’s website (http://www.paneeinternet.it/public/gow).
On Trust & Confidence:

  1. PeI organized digital culture events devoted to safe Internet use in the new PeI Points, in other public libraries which are part of the PeI system, in schools and other locations, together with old and new PeI partners (in particular the newly established network of Digital Champions)
  2. PeI digital literacy courses during GOW2016 gave a specific session on safe internet
  3. The possibility to use PeI’s camper van for itinerant initiatives wasexplored.

On Digital Jobs:

  1. The successful GOW 2015 format “The new jobs of the digital economy: young people meet professionals and entrepreneurs to learn about them” was to be replicated in at least 3 events (possibly more)
  2. Free webinars were organised to provide introductory courses on new digital activities related to the e-commerce domain
  3. PeI e-facilitators and other intermediaries were trained to provide assistance on online job searching opportunities, with a specific focus on digital jobs, and the use of Skillage and YouRock tools
  4. Those tools were presented in 9 Youth Centres
  5. The collaboration with Digital Champions was sought also for digital jobs and employability events.

Contact: Mr. Stefano Kluzer