Effective access to e-services
The project “E-skills for E-Citizens: Effective Access to E-Services” (E-skills) is funded by the European Union Erasmus+ grant under the agreement no. KA220-ADU-B3E6F6A4.
This project aims to pave the way for more tailored solutions for overcoming the barriers to:
- Provide guidance and resources for adult educators across Europe on training low skilled adults on how to use ICT tools and digital methods to better deliver government services.
- Provide skills to access public services online, which for elders means to keep up-to-date personal competences and transversal skills, leading to a significant step towards active ageing.
- Define/develop a self-assessment tool for digitisation of low skilled adults in order to effectively use government services.
- Train low-skilled adults and develop their competences in digital skills through a gamified web-platform hosting an interactive online step-by-step web tool to guide target group users in learning digital skills, connected to Open Badges
System (OBS) to be tested/complete through two specific training sessions during the project life time.
1. SERT (Self-assessment and recommendation tool for e-skills)
This tool will be developed to provide educators with an overview of low skilled adults’ digital competences in line with the DigComp Framework.
2. OOC (Open online course about teaching e-skills)
A multilingual e-learning platform will be developed, including two innovative e-learning modules on ICT-based teaching methods for trainers working with adults. This online course will aim to ensure that trainers acquire the necessary skills and knowledge. The online material developed will be reusable and adaptable.
The partnership is set up between five different organisations from Belgium, Turkey, Austria and Slovenia in a collaborative and cross-sectoral way.