“How to Exit Social Media”: “OFFLINE” platform is available in 5 languages.

The OFFLINE OER platform is now online in five languages at, providing specific information on project objectives, activities and results. The platform will contain all the information, products and results of the project.

The general objective is to contribute to making digital a place that promotes culture, correct information and critical, constructive and dialogue thinking;

Offline aims to:

  • Reduce time spent on social media by promoting more correct navigation.
  • Develop among adults an aptitude and a culture of correct information through, for example, digital newspapers or magazines or other accredited sources.

Offline is designed to achieve the following results:

  • Increase digital culture among adults-
  • Orienting adults towards correct navigation, in particular towards more cultural contents.ù
  • Develop an attitude and a culture of correct information among adults through, for example, newspapers, digital magazines or other accredited sources.
  • Develop basic and transversal skills, such as digital skills and multilingualism, among adults.
  • Reduce your social media connection time.

The accessible and user-friendly platform was created by the Spanish partner IWS (Internet Web Solutions) and will be constantly updated by the entire partnership during the implementation of the project. The OER OFFLINE Platform is available in five languages (English, Spanish, Romanian, Italian and Finnish) and consists of the following sections, freely accessible by all users:

PROJECT: describes the main objectives and results of the project.
PARTNERS: describes the partners involved in the OFFLINE project.
MAPPING: summarizes the mapping of free cultural resources and creativity tools already available online in each partner country.
VADEMECUM: it will be an easy-to-use and “attractive” guide containing a manual of notions and advice for exiting social media.
TRAINING: series of courses and micro-learning cards developed taking into account the specific needs of the target group.
NEWS: to stay up to date on the latest OFFLINE developments.
COMMUNITY: to involve as many Associate Partners as possible and spread the knowledge of OFF-LINE.

OFF-LINE is managed by seven partners from five countries, Romania, Italy, Finland, Spain and Belgium, and is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Commission.

“The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.”