SOCIAL EDUCATION FOR DIGITAL TARDIVES: IHF asbl gathered the Transnational Virtual Meeting of CLICK CLEVER, an Erasmus+ Project
On June 16th, 8 Partners from 5 European countries (Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, and Spain) gathered online for the project management meeting of CLICK CLEVER, a project cofounded by the Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Commission. The meeting, scheduled in Athens, has been taken in online mode due to the COVID pandemic restrictions.
CLICK CLEVER features 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.
During the online meeting, based on a shared agenda agreed by all partners, the Consortium focused on validation activities in order to implement the CLICK CLEVER training courses directly to the target group and get back specific feedback that will allow to further develop the training contents. Furthermore, partners defined new dissemination strategies that will allow the Consortium to organise Multiplier Events in different formats.
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 carried out the analysis on digital behaviour at EU level and is responsible for the dissemination and exploitation of projects’ results.
For further information on CLICK CLEVER and IHF asbl
Project Website: www.clickclever.eu