The consortium of the DIGITAL@YOUTHWORK project responded efficiently and effectively to the Covid-19 restrictions by organising an interesting on-line Short Term Joint Staff Training (C1) from the 7th till 9th of July, 2020. Digital transformation and resilience are part of the aims of the projects, so the partners held 6 workshops online to test and review the developed materials of Dev-Ops, Website design, Graphic & Media Design, Social Media Marketing, 3D Design & 3D Printing and C++ Programming!
At the end of each workshop, feedback was provided in order to improve on the existing material and teaching methods adopted! During those three days, several e-learning tools were used, including the newly developed E-learning Platform: digital-youthwork.4learning.eu.
A big thank you to our Coordinator Plattform e.V. (DE), as well as our other partners European Digital Learning Network (IT), CGE Culture Goes Europe – Soziokulturelle Initiative Erfurt e.V. (DE), Treball, estades i formació – Open Europe Reus (ES) and Lancaster & Morecambe College (UK), for their excellent collaboration during these challenging times.
For more information about our project, check out our website: http://digital-youth.work/