We are delighted to share our latest project result, which aims to provide a robust conceptual background and methodology for adult educators and training centres to support their work with low-skilled adults.
In today’s digital age, being able to navigate e-government scenarios is essential for individuals to access public services and assert their rights effectively. This project outcome provides an EQF framework comprising competencies, knowledge, skills, and attitudes, and it offers adult educators guidance on addressing the second and third-level digital divide.
This outcome delves into online booking, e-culture, e-health, e-billing, e-voting, and more through exploratory work with twenty adults and ten adult educators per partner and country. The main issues concerning e-government, its key concepts and the impact of e-government are presented, along with the principal obstacles, difficulties, and considerations regarding its implementation.
This project result responds to the importance of improving understanding of e-government and making it simple and connected to the everyday context of adults. The project focuses on developing a contextualised methodology for digital empowerment, laying the foundation for anti-discriminatory practices towards less empowered adults.
This outcome is an innovative approach to contextualised digital education, which goes beyond the usual “device-centred” approach. Our primary goal is to empower less privileged adults, raising their awareness of digital barriers and strategies for overcoming them.
We believe that this project result will significantly impact adult educators’ approach to digital literacy and their confidence in the workings of e-government. Finally, the framework developed in the project is user-friendly and can be easily accessed and adopted by anyone interested.
Check out our EQF framework, competencies, guidance, and more! We hope this project outcome will be a valuable resource for anyone interested in digital empowerment for adults.