Short Info: The context of the Uninleco project is the lack of access to the material means and knowledge of groups at risk, such as pupils from families at the fringes of society, national minority groups like Roma, refugee families, etc. The COVID crisis has shown that schools and civil society organization activities suffered from a lack of access to such learners. Most importantly many lacked the skills and knowledge to access educational resources. They could not take part in virtual teaching offers and lacked the motivation through continuing encouragement and guidance. So, universities, their staff and advanced students, but also socially responsible businesses are in a unique position to assist in this situation. Universities, businesses, and some civil society organisations could apply their digital skills to train digital learning coaches to build and support a group of multipliers from relevant organisations (professionals and experienced volunteers), among them from the beneficiary groups of disadvantaged groups of society.
Objectives of the project:
- disadvantaged students and youth from groups at risk can acquire the digital knowledge and skills and develop the appropriate attitude to access digital education, learning and social support opportunities;
- to reenter the education and support opportunities that are offered but not used by disadvantaged students and youth from groups at rsik;
- to catch up with the gaps in education and learning created during the COVID crisis;
- to develop digital skills that allow for using digital learning opportunities on a continuing basis.
Project Reference: 2021-1-ES01-KA220-HED-000023527
Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
Action Type: KA220-HED – Cooperation partnerships in higher education
Coordinator: University of Alicante (ES)
Partners: University de Alicante (Spain), South East European University (The Republic of North Macedonia), Mednarodna fakulteta za družbene in poslovne študije (Slovenia), Fundacion Empresa Universidad de la Alicante de la Comunidad Valenciana (Spain), ISOB Institut fur Sozialwissenschaftliche Beratung GMBH (Germany).
SEEU contact person: Shpresa Alija
Other staff engaged: Shenaj Haxhimustafa, Jusuf Zeqiri, Burim Ismaili
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Project webpage: https://www.uninleco.eu/home/