The sixth and final meeting took place in the facilities of Oltu Halk Egitimi Merkezi. The last steps of the project were discussed, such as the conclusion of the pilot activities, the execution and results of the multiplier events and the preparations for the final report.
The fifth transnational meeting took place in Bitonto, Italy, in the facilities of Sinergia Società Cooperativa Sociale. It served to evaluate the outcomes of the training activity, check the draft of the training content and draft the guidelines for the local pilot activities.
The training activity of the Strategies for Digitalising Adult Education – DAE Project took place the past month of January in the facilities of Akademia Humanistyczno-Ekonomiczna w Łodzi, with the participation of two learners from each partner.
The fourth transnational meeting took place in Alexandria, Romania, in the facilities of Casa Corpului Didactic Teleorman. With the focus groups and the interviews finished, this meeting was of main importance as we defined the table of contents for the training activity and the Toolkit for developing digitalisation strategies here.
The third transnational meeting took place in Rome, Italy, in the facilities of Consorzio Lavoro e Ambiente. Interviews were finished and focus groups were ongoing. The guidelines for the best practices were discussed, as well as the beginning of the training content.
The second transnational meeting took place in Lodz, Poland, in the facilities of Akademia Humanistyczno-Ekonomiczna w Łodzi. It was an important milestone after the change of the original Turkish partner, and the first activities of the first output were concluded.
The first transnational meeting took place in Huelva, Spain, in the facilities of Inercia Digital S.L. It served to lay the foundations of the work to do in the project, to understand its objectives and results and to agree on the approach for the duration of the grant.
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