”Digidel” – a Swedish success story

The OER Sverige project has the opportunity to inform you about this external webinar, arranged by NVL.

January 27th at 13.00 CET,

NVL Distans invites you to join our webinar about Digidel – a Swedish campaign to increase digital inclusion.

Are digital skills a precondition for digital and democratic participation in a modern society?

How can we motivate large groups of people to learn digital competences?

Digidel_logo

In 2011 Sweden initiated the massive campaign Digidel to meet the challenge of the expanding digital divide.

In this webinar you can learn about what they did – and about their inspiring results. Christine Cars-Ingels, the office secretary of Digidel, will present the experiences gained from the campaign and the present statistics of Internet use in Sweden.

REGISTER NOW! 

Practical information:

  • Date and time: January 27th at 13.00 CET
  • The webinar lasts for one hour. All you need is a computer with internet access and a headset.
  • Participation is FREE of charge.
  • One or two days before the webinar, we will send the link to the meeting room to all registered participants.
  • Want to know more about how a webinar works? Read here: http://oersverige.se/taking-part-in-a-webinar/
  • Please register your participation here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/digidel

About Digidel
The campaign Digidel, formed by a network of study associations, libraries, companies and authorities, had the objective to guide and inspire 500 000 individuals to go online before the end of 2013. When the campaign was launched in 2011, 1.5 million Swedes over the age of 12 did not use the Internet. The network Digidel expanded all over Sweden during the years of the campaign as new participants joined with their own activities to contribute to the overall goal.

Inga kommentarer än.

Kommentera