14th November 2018
IHF was in Lecce on November 13th for the Kick-Off Meeting of CLICK CLEVER: Social Education for Digital Tardives, a Project co-founded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, Key Action 2.
CLICK CLEVER is implemented by a Consortium of 8 Partners from 5 European countries (Belgium, France, Greece, Italy and Spain). CLICK CLEVER will develop free online and face-to-face training modules to make “digital immigrants” able to live in relational environments, such as social networks, and to think critically about contents they receive through social media.
At the meeting, Partners jumpstarted Project implementation planning the activities of Intellectual Output 1 to develop the CLICK CLEVER Platform. Then, Partners outlined the details of Intellectual Output 2 by discussing the common methodology for the Capacity Gap Assessment.
The Kick-Off Meeting also represented a great opportunity for Partners to agree upon the web domain, in order to foster Project visibility and to launch dissemination activities.
IHF asbl was established in Brussels in 2003 and acts as a platform to exchange and share ideas and knowledge on the process of EU integration. In CLICK CLEVER, IHF will carry out the analysis on digital behaviour at EU level; IHF will also be responsible of dissemination and exploitation activities at EU level.
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