Strategic Partnership for Older People’s Inclusion into the Digital World (SPIDW) – 2018-1-DE02-KA204-005076

SPIDW is a project for Exchange of Good Practice in the field of adult education. Priorities of the project are allocated in extending and developing educators’ competences, open education and innovative practices in a digital era and social inclusion.

The main ojectives of the project are:

– to enable organizations to develop and strengthen their capacity to increase the ability to work internationally by sharing ideas, methods and good practices and implement successful activities with older people at local, national and international level;

– to improve capacity of experts working with retired in digital field;

– social inclusion

Digital skills older people obtain for communication create a better quality of life.

Methodology: Trainers, experts, teachers, social workers who work with older people will be trained how to use effective good practices. They will participate in 3 training activities: in Germany, Slovenia and Portugal for improving ICT skill and learning new methods as well as a lot of techniques how seniors to have better access to apps, new skills for jobs, how to be better integrated in society and to send their digital messages to their grandchildren also to the world using favorite arts tools as cinema making (production of shorts films, documentary – biographic interviews, Web TV with video resources, distant learning, etc.).

Coordinator: EureCons Förderagentur GmbH – Germany. Partners: Aidlearn, Consultoria em Recursos Humanos Lda. – Portugal; PRO-MED sp. z o. o. – Poland; Slovenian Third Age University – Slovenia; Balkanska Agenciya za Ustoychivo Razvitie – Bulgaria; Spolupracou pre lepsiu buducnost – Velky Meder – Slovakia; Association for Intercultural Dialogue – Romania.

Results: Website, Facebook page, E-brochure with good practices, local film events.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.