On December 13th, IHF met with the other 8 partners from 7 Countries (Belgium, Greece, Italy, Macedonia, Romania, Slovakia and Spain) in Athens, Greece, to discuss specific points of AXESS (Acquisition of Key Competences for Economic and Social Sustainability).
AXESS is a European Project co-funded by the Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Commission, Key Action 2, which aims at developing and validating innovative trainings to improve digital competences of low-skilled European adults, particularly focusing on adult women.
So far, such project developed 10 Training modules and 49 Training Fiches in 7 languages (English, Greek, Italian, Macedonian, Romanian, Slovakian and Spanish) published on the AXESS OER Platform on www.axesslearning.eu/.
During the meeting, partners revised the OER (Open Educational Resources) Platform and finalised the training courses developed. Also Partners saw the agreement upon both timeline and delivery of training under the Test and Validation phase as well as the tools and methods to gather feedbacks from participants.
Moreover, revision and implementation of the project were strong matters in the meeting as IHF took stock on results achieved in Dissemination, providing partners with Dissemination advice and guidelines for the months to come.
In the AXESS project, IHF carried out analyses of the situation in the domain of digital skills for adult women in Europe and coordinates Dissemination and Visibility actions.
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