On May 15th-16th, 2019 CGE Erfurt e.V. representative, Grisha Grigori Grigoriev, took part in the Kick-Off Meeting of the project “Promoting Quality Digital Youth Work through the Creation-Mapping of Connected Learning Routes in Europe: An innovative Way to Reach out to Marginalized Young People” – or shortly “Connected Learning”. The meeting was hosted by the applicant organisation University of Ulster, Belfast, UK.
“Connected Learning” 🗺 innovates to create an on-line tool in the form of an interactive and dynamic portal backed up by a mobile app which will map out learning opportunities provided in Formal, Non-Formal and Informal Learning for Young People. The #learningroutes of a city or region will be presented in an interactive map for easy access by Young People while providing the opportunity to people with fewer opportunities or marginalized to identify learning opportunities anywhere they are in an easy and intuitive way.
The project consortium is the following:
– University of Ulster, Belfast, Northern Ireland;
– Association “Euni Partners”, Bulgaria;
– Emphasys Centre, Cyprus;
– ВУДУТЕК ООД, Bulgaria;
– Hälsinglands Utbildningsförbund, Sweden;
– European Digital Learning Network, Italy;
– and us, CGE Culture Goes Europe – Soziokulturelle Initiative Erfurt e.V., Germany.
The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, Key Action 2 – Cooperation for Innovation and Exchange of Good Practices.