The Project

DISCDigital Skills for Integration and Active Citizenship – it is a three-year project co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union aiming at enhancing digital skills of people with a migratory background and thus supporting their integration and promoting active citizenship.

The rationale behind the project is based on upscaling of two best practices – the LAUREA’s Multisensory Space and the SMART PLUS self-assessment tool by INCOMA.

Best Practices

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LAUREA’s Multisensory Space method

The LAUREA’s Multisensory Space method is a highly effective open learning environment and tool as well as source of inspiration.

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SMART PLUS

The SMART PLUS is an online tool
for self-evaluation of digital skills.

Best Practices

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LAUREA’s Multisensory Space method

The LAUREA’s Multisensory Space method is a highly effective open learning environment and tool as well as source of inspiration.

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SMART PLUS

The SMART PLUS is an online tool for self-evaluation
of digital skills.

DISC Objectives

The DISC aims to:

Enhance digital skills of people with a migratory background and thus support and promote their integration and active citizenship.

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Promote intercultural dialogue between local and migrant communities through digital tools.

Strengthen the role of higher education institutions and schools as open digital skills learning environments.

Provide teachers and other educational staff with inclusive teaching methods and tools.

Create networks at local, regional and European level for spreading good practices of educational integration.

DISC: Improving migrants’ digital skills and active citizenship

DISC: Improving migrants’ digital skills and active citizenship

How to improve migrants digital skills while enhancing their integration and promoting active citizenship? The DISC project is working to give an answer to this question! From the 11th to the 13th of February 2019  the five parter organizations of the DISC consortium...

The DISC project: the kick-off meeting, the partnership and the next steps

The DISC project: the kick-off meeting, the partnership and the next steps

From the 11th to the 13th of February 2019, the five partner organisations of the DISC consortium met in Vantaa, Finland for their first meeting, where they shared their experience, discussed the best practices and launched the project activities. The outcome of the first meeting was an agreement on the next steps of the project implementation and dissemination.

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