The ALL DIGITAL Week will encourage European citizens to "take active measures to understand digital transformation and benefit from it, learning new media literacies and digital skills, and developing an adaptive mentality." Thus, it aims to offer tools and approaches to improve digital skills and help citizens to be more adaptive in terms of their work skills.
From ALL DIGITAL, they want to promote centers of digital competencies, libraries, schools, community centers and non-profit organizations to engage in the campaign. On the one hand, they seek partner organizations in each state that lead the project, and, on the other, centers that encourage themselves to take part in activitie. The Unite-IT platform will offer networking opportunities for event organizers, host photos, videos and stories of the week.
The bases of ALL DIGITAL Week 2018 will be:
- Build trust in technology, develop critical thinking and media literacy.
- Develop a lifelong learning approach to improve digital skills in an increasingly changing and increasingly digital economy.
This initiative takes on the legacy of the Get Online Week, which has been developed from 2010 to 2017. In this period it reached more than one million Europeans and Europeans, in more than 20,000 learning centers around Europe. Thanks to the campaign, more than 170,000 people use the Internet for the first time.