Germany

This year Stiftung Digitale Chancen (SDC) will focus on the topics of digital inclusion, employability and coding for children.

Digital inclusion as a topic that concerns our whole society will be addressed during a planned fair trade under the motto “Digital Media”. There we intend to organize workshops both for families and for senior citizens. Further information about the fair will be published soon. According to the motto “Find your strengths” SDC will organize workshops for young people aged 14 to 25. During the workshops the participants will learn how to use and benefit from the social network YouRock.Jobs (http://yourock.jobs/de) by creating their profiles, taking pictures and videos that demonstrate their strengths to possible employers.

After the success of the coding workshop in GOW15, SDC will again invite young pupils to learn about coding and to built their own programmes. Further information about the coding workshop will be published soon. With the “Barometer Online Collaboration Skills” of the project Online4EDU (http://online4edu.eu/) people will test their online collaboration skills and knowledge during the GOW16 and receive direct results and recommendations for improvement.

Our GOW partners are the students of the Technical University Dortmund, studying rehabilitation pedagogy. Under the supervision of Dr. Bastian Pelka of the Sozialforschungsstelle Dortmund the students aim to fight the digital inclusion in the area of Dortmund. During the GOW they will offer fee introduction courses regarding digital topics in Dortmund and spread the campaign messages through online and offline media channels.

Contact: Mrs. Nenja Wolbers, Project Manager

More in German: http://www.digitale-chancen.de/gow/


 

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tu_ebene2wortmarke_enSozialforschungsstelle Dortmund Central (Scientific Institute of the Technische Universität Dortmund) will help to boost GOW16 activities in the region and will partner with Stiftung Digitale Chancen. A group of students, studying BA in rehabilitation science at University of Dortmund, will organise events in Dortmund as an “applied” studying scheme. Partners will be local telecentres and organisations dealing with vulnerable people in Dortmund.

Contact: Dr. Bastian Pelka, Coordinator


 

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