ALL DIGITAL Week 2018 turned out to be one of the most successful campaigns – it united 4,070 partners from 32 countries to offer 5,445 events to over 125,000 participants. Read the entire story here.
The digital empowerment campaign was organised by ALL DIGITAL for the 9th time and was run in digital competence centres, libraries, schools, community centres, etc. across Europe supported by local authorities, companies, academia and volunteers from various sectors.
Laurentiu Bunescu, CEO of ALL DIGITAL, said, “We organise ALL DIGITAL WEEK to support Europeans in their digital transformation journeys. More than ever, we all need to invest in digital skills for media literacy, social inclusion, employability, entrepreneurship and education.”
Fiona Fanning, Director of European Affairs, commented, “As technology pervades all aspects of our lives, it has never been more important to ensure that all Europeans have the opportunity to gain the digital skills and certification that will help them succeed as a student, citizen, and an employee. We are thrilled to support the important mission of ALL DIGITAL Week in facilitating a truly pan-European digital transformation.”
ALL DIGITAL Week was led by our national partners in 26 countries. You can see the overview of activities in each country where we had a national partner by clicking on the flag. There you can also see the links to blogposts, photos, some media coverage, and information on past editions.
The DAISSy research group of Hellenic Open University was the National Partner for Greece. DAISSy organized a webinar in order to introduce UMI (Ubiquitous, Mobile, Internet of Things) technologies and their potential use in STEM education. The webinar presented a holistic view of UMI technologies and introduced their potential use in education and training and was based on the H2020 UMI-Sci-Ed project. Read more about the webinar here.a