IPN - Instituto Pedro Nunes - DIGILIFE project has started

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DIGILIFE project has started
The kick-off meeting of the DIGILIFE project took place on 19 and 20 January in Athens (Greece), and counted with the participation of several partners, namely, Instituto Pedro Nunes (through the Training Department), Fondazione Erasmus, Plataforma del Voluntariado de Espana, People Behind, Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata and Cáritas Diocesana de Coimbra.

The Erasmus+ project "Digital Life Learning - DIGILIFE" aims to create an opportunity for two different generations, young people and adults from 65 years old, to share knowledge regarding "digital literacy".

This training experience includes 2 essential components:
  • To develop digital skills in adults aged 65 and over, thus promoting their well-being and autonomy;
  • To create an opportunity for the younger generations, namely higher education students, to actively participate as trainers by receiving specific training and having this experience recognised through the attribution of credit units.
The project will address both the needs of adults over 65 to be included in society and to be independent through the use of digital technologies, as well as the need of university students to develop new experiences of 'real work' while participating socially as active citizens.

Furthermore, the project intends to act as a trial for a larger intra-generational digital transformation platform to be implemented in all European countries to serve all ages through digital transformation, lifelong learning and social connection.



3 of February of 2023