This year under the slogan Be a digital hero! we invited all of our citizens to participate in a week of creative, interactive and fun educations to improve their digital and media literacy. Centre of technical culture Rijeka, in collaboration with partners from 12 different cities, organised a total of 28 workshops, educations, seminars, conferences and presentations. All with the aim to include as many participants from different groups and educate then on importance of digital skills, especially in these unfortunate pandemic times. It is true to say we have by now become masters in online acquaintances from Zoom meetings, webinars and online lectures on Google Meet.  

The main topics of this years All Digital Week were; developing basic digital skills and media literacy, encouraging education in coding, STE(A)M and AI, increasing employability by developing advanced digital skills and promotion of digital cultural heritage.

As a centre for non-formal digital education in our region, we offer and include our participants in all of the above mentioned activities. To develop basic digital skills and familiarizing with different online tools, we organised webinars on Canva, Scratch and SketchUp. Also, we organised a webinar on e-Građani – a system for online public administration which helps our citizens to avoid long queues and aims to increase general mobility in digital bureaucracy. On this note, it is important to emphasise cyber security and safe online activity, as well as fake media content distinction.  This is why digital communication and online security are always a part of our online seminars. All this contributes to general rise in digital and media literacy which is one of most important and certain ways to create a tech-savvy society.

CTC Rijeka: Canva workshop

As a leading ALL DIGITAL partner for Croatia, CTC Rijeka would like to thank all organisations who participated in the campaign activities; Enter Koprivnica d.o.o., Europski dom Zagreb & Savez waldorfskih institucija i inicijativa, Organisation Tehno OZ, Rijeka City Library, high school ban Josipa Jelačića Sinj and elementary schools; Dr. Branimir Marković Ravna Gora, Eugen Kvaternik Velika Gorica, Hugo Badalić Slavonski Brod, Ivan Cankar Zagreb, Petar Zrinski Čabar, Sibinjskih žrtava Sibinj, Šestine Zagreb,Tin Ujević Osijek and Tučepi.

We are delighted to have partners from schools in different level of education who organise extra curriculum activities during All Digital Week and inform pupils of numerous non-formal education in STE(A)M, programming, robotics, media, computer science etc.

We are thrilled to be part of the ever-growing All Digital community and excited to continue contributing to enhancement of skills and knowledge among our digital heroes in the following All Digital campaigns!

Elementary school Tučepi, workshop ''Let's turn on the light''.

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