ALL DIGITAL Week 2019 in elementary school „Knez Sima Marković“ from Barajevo, Serbia
For our students video games, computers, MP3 players, cell phones, social networks and games over the Internet are part of everyday life. Technology today engages students in ways that previous generations could only dream…Continue
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1. „Let’s code the Micro:bit”( 25.03.2019)
This was an awareness raising event. 18 year old students helped 9…Continue
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The Centre of Technical Culture Rijeka organized 18 workshops within its premises for people of all ages and gathered 10 partners who organized workshops throughout Croatia.
A total of 76 workshops were held in Croatia within the All Digital Week campaign. These workshops covered a wide range of topics: robotics, programming, digital services…Continue
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We have enjoyed the support of the EOS-Romania Foundation that came up with tips for a good development of planned activities…Continue
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ALL DIGITAL Week 2019 in the Russian Ursk (a remote Siberian village) after-school coding club was highlighted with the Robotics Competition for junior schoolchildren. The participants experimented with logic ideas using LEGO WeDo kits.
To celebrate ALL DIGITAL Week 2019 with young coders, a Computer Science…Continue
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During 25-31 March 2019 “Sf. Vasile” School Ploiesti, Prahova, ran activities as a part of the #ALLDIGITALWeek 2019 in Romania. The aim of the activities was to make children aware of the fact that the Internet communication is the vital issue for all communication nowadays.
This is because culture has multiple aspects. Internet communication is and will be the only “gate” to life, the only way to keep nations’ identity and to be “there” in a seat around that global table. Distances…Continue
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On 30 March 2019 CTC Rijeka hosted All Digital Rijeka Hackathon as a part of the ALL DIGITAL Week in Croatia. The idea behind the Hackathon was to gather creative youngsters who are going to create a Smart Plant Device, which would help take care of plants (to know when the plant needs water, when it needs…Continue
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Students of Primary and Secondary school 9.maj from Zrenjanin have recently joined activities in order to mark ALL DIGITAL WEEK.Continue
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The IT for Youth project training center based in the Tomsk regional library started ALL DIGITAL Week with a series of Scratch training events for junior and middle schoolchildren to enable them to gain new skills and…Continue
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We have already talked about the eMedia: Media Literacy and Digital Citizenship for All, a a new Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships for Adults Education project, which aims at promoting the acquisition of basic digital skills by educating active and responsible citizens in the digital world. The project outputs…Continue
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For the last 5 years, Sozialforschungsstelle Dortmund Central (Scientific Institute of the Technische Universität Dortmund) has helped to boost ALL DIGITAL Week activities in the region and collaborated with Stiftung Digitale Chancen.
Supported by Sozialforschungsstelle Dortmund Central, a group of students studying BA in…Continue
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Emedia: Training of trainers by scuola di robotica in Genoa
‘Emedia: media literacy and digital citizenship for all’ project is a new Erasmus + KA2 Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education project. A lack of basic digital skills is putting…Continue
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Gedaref digital city organization (GDCO) is a civil society in Gedaref Sudan. It is part of the Telecentre movement. GDCO is a win-win people, public, private partnership (PPPP) for community development through ICT founded in partnership with the Digital City of Eindhoven (DSE Netherlands) and supported by many partners.
GDCO joined the UN Global Compact Sudan Network (UNGC SN) in 2014. Since that time GDCO merged the 10 principals of UNGC in the SDGs and WSIS action…
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Two of the finalist videos from Greece of the "BRIGHTS Awards: best digital story on Global Citizenship topics" competition are about the war and refugee crisis.
The first “The Long Journey” is talking about a peaceful town which is attacked by combat aircrafts. Bombs are falling and people are…Continue
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On 3 November 2018, the 3rd Multiplier Event of the BRIGHTS Project took place in Athens, Greece. The two Greek Partners, HePIS - Hellenic Professional Informatics Society and the Hellenic Open University (HOU) organised a special event to highlight…Continue
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The “Digital storytelling with illiterate adults” session was held at the ALL DIGITAL Summit on 18 October 2018 in…Continue
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With technology evolving on a daily basis and digital technology is a great part of that evolution, different industrial, social, cultural, and other sectors see changes every single day. As a result, education, the pillar of every industry, every social sector and every cultural endeavor, is being affected the most. With the rapid changes happening, the current knowledge is no longer enough.
It is not a surprise, for…Continue
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The LinguaCuisine project (https://linguacuisine.com/) promotes digital literacy and learning of languages, cuisines and cultures. The project was a collaboration between Newcastle University, Action Foundation (UK), Hellenic Open University (Greece), Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia (Italy) and the…Continue
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This How-To Guide was created for the “How to promote STEM education and training with Mobile and IoT technologies” workshop at the ALL DIGITAL Summit 2018 and is based on the UMI-Sci-ED project experience. This workshop presented a methodology for implementing STEM educational activities…Continue
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