All Digital Academy: Upskilling adult educators on key digital emerging technologies

  • Info

    Title All Digital Academy: Upskilling adult educators on key digital emerging technologies

    Acronym ADA

    Programme Erasmus+

    Project Number 101049118

    Start – End Date 01/04/2022 – 30/09/2024

    Duration 30 months


    Funding Agency European Education and Culture Executive Agency

    Total Project Funding € 400,000.00

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    Status Ongoing


ADA proposal wants to help adult educators, trainers and learning centres to deepen their understanding of emerging digital technologies and to be better prepared and constantly updated and upskilled for the ongoing digital transformation. In fact, ADA project aims at connecting and reinforcing learning centres and organisations which are focused on educating on digital competencies and facilitating digital transition through educational activities by engaging them within a digital environment where upskilling, exchange and change-making at international, national, and local level will take place. As a Cooperation Partnership project, ADA will support organisations in increasing the overall quality, relevance, and impact of their activities by upskilling their trainers and educators, providing contents, tools, and formats to be used and replicated at national and local level and through capacity building actions within the ADA Community of Practice on emerging technologies and related topics. Networking, operating internationally, promoting mutual exchanges, jointly promoting digital culture at local, national, and international level through discussion, policy actions and change making activities, exchange and developing new practices and methodologies are the core values within ADA that are translated into the project activities.

For these reasons, the main aim of the project is to support and empower adult learning centres across Europe, in the provision of basic digital skills and competences, specifically the knowledge and understanding of key emerging digital technologies, such as AI and IoT, and related issues, such as data literacy, privacy and protection. Both the ADA Community of Practice and the training resources (including the MOOC and webinars) aim at supporting the implementation of a joint strategy to introduce peer learning activities, exchange of best practices and experiences at European level to facilitate learning centres and organisations in cooperating for digital transformation processes.

Project Outcomes

The specific objectives of the project are to:

  • Upskilling adult educators working in the field of digital inclusion, through the provision of high quality online training on key emerging digital technologies and related issues.
  • Strengthening the capacity of adult-education organisations in informing and educating adult citizens on emerging digital technologies (opportunities and risks to be aware when interacting with services that use these technologies), through online formative and informative webinars, resources, tools, and recommendations.
  • Promoting transnational cooperation and exchange through the nurture of a Community of Practice as main hub for digital competence stakeholders from all sectors to connect and share information on DigComp and digitalisation as well as engage with EU activities on these topics.


Dissemination Material


DAISSy Research Group


Tel.: +30.2610367964

Parodos Aristotelous 18, 26 335, Patras, Greece


  • Hellenic Open University / Greece
  • University of Naples, Federico II / Italy