The partners involved in this project are: Zaffiria Centre (Italy), Fo.Co Network (Italy), Mediawijs (Belgium), Tartu Folk High School (Estonia), Gesellschaft für Medienpädagogik und Kommunikationskultur (Germany), Dept of Cultural Studies/ Babylon Center (Netherlands), Foundation Dialogue Network (Poland), Proacademy (Eslovaquia) and Solidaridad sin fronteras (Spain).
The objectives of the Migrant Literacies project are:
- Analyze the best practices and methodologies of adult literacy programs in the countries that make up the consortium.
- Develop innovative practices, including the creative use of Information and Communication Technologies for language learning, using for example mobile devices and social networks.
- Development of innovative methodologies for the integration of digital literacy in education for migrant adults.
- Training of educators working in the field of adult education, to develop their skills in digital literacy and technological means and develop a MOOC (online and open course)
The videos made by SSF that make up the MOOC can be found on our YouTube channel