D(at)YW – Upgrading Digital Youth Work is an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership for innovation and exchange of good practises. The project pioneers to design a Complete Tool Kit and a Knowledge Pack for developing, implementing and monitoring various inclusive strategies for promoting deep digital skills.
During the first stage the consortium is conducting various surveys to identify the existing digital skills gap between young people’s abilities and the existing requirements of the job market.Learn More
The second stage is about designing and developing all essential teaching and learning material to support the promote of deep-tech digital skills through synergies and hubs.Learn More
At the third stage a short-term training for youth workers will be organised to test all developed materials.Learn More
After testing, the feedback will be incorporated into the designed product and presented again to the wider audience.Learn More
During the final phase of the project’s dissemination plan, which includes the completion of the planned activities and the implementation of the D(at)YW for digital literacy, each partner will organise a national conference in their country.Learn More
modules to be developed
deep tech clubs to start
Transnational Meeting #2
October 14th-15th, 2019 in Lancaster, UK.
Transnational Meeting #3
March, 2020 in Reus, Spain.
Short-term Joint Staff Training
June 2020 in Nicosia, Cyprus.
December 2020 in Germany, UK, Greece, Spain and Cyprus.
Transnational Meeting #4
December 2020 in Brussels, Belguim.
January 2021 in Brussels, Belguim.
May 9th-10th, 2019 in Erfurt, Germany.
The focus group conducted in Spain took place in November, 2019. After organising an informative session and two focus groups, OpenEurope collected participants’ feedback, and elaborated a summary of the conclusion reached by the facilitators, young people and youth workers. The methodology followed by the partnership was based on research, national reports, data collection via…
On November 20th, 2019 the team of CGE Erfurt e.V. went to give a visit to a local hub for computer and technology admirers, ByteSpeicher. Together with another location, Makerspace, it was initiated by Verein für Technikkultur in Erfurt, and exists at Liebknechtstraße 8, gathering every Wednesday young and old to create, re-pair, re-cycle and…
In November 2019, a focus group was conducted in Milan, Italy, with the goals of understanding the opinions, beliefs of the participants and investigate their knowledge of the subject of digital skills and competencies. The aim of the focus group activity was to collect additional qualitative data on the theme ‘digital skills and competencies applied…