MIND THE GAP is a project carried out to develop training contents to support the digital competencies of individuals over the age of 55, who are defined as “digital migrants”, to enable them to socialise and exist in the digital world, and benefit effectively from e-citizenship services.
KA220-ADU – Cooperation Partnerships in Adult Education
MIND THE GAP project mainly aims to equip digital migrants with basic digital skills that will support them to sustain their lives in the digital environments.
It also aims to improve the quality of life of digital migrants by providing them with support and guidance, to prepare an environment for them to socialise through digital tools, and to enable them to actively benefit from e-citizenship services.
Four Project results are planned to be developed during the Project life cycle.