The MEDICI Transferability Toolkit aims to help stakeholders working in the field of digital inclusion for vulnerable groups apply the good practices in the MEDICI Catalogue to design and implement effective interventions to support digital inclusion. It’s essentially a ‘User Manual’ – or ‘Handbook’ – that provides Guidelines, procedures, tools and practice examples to support […]
About Stefania Aceto
I work in the field of innovation in learning since the late 90s. I am currently a project manager and senior researcher at Universidad Internacional de La Rioja (UNIR), running projects in the field of social and digital inclusion as well as digital competences development.
Entries by Stefania Aceto
MEDICI has just released a report on Digital Inclusion for the Unemployed. You can download it here.
Close the Gap is an international social enterprise that aims to bridge the digital divide by offering high-quality, pre-owned computers donated by European and international companies to educational, medical and social projects in developing and emerging countries. Close the Gap collects decommissioned computers from companies and arranges for other organizations to clean the hard disks […]
The health crisis has impacted many of us in different ways. In order to gain a better understanding of the impact of the health crisis on female entrepreneurship, hub.brussels is doing a survey about the situation in which your company currently finds itself. The results of this survey will enable hub.brussels to better respond to […]
The final Medici Conference “Digital Inclusion for All” took place last week. We discussed about good practices, challenges and gaps in Digital Inclusion interventions for socially vulnerable groups. With over 800 participants from 33 countries, the conference was organised around Wokshops, Webinars and Roundables with 34 speakers from 11 countries. If you missed our event […]
ICTskills4All, is aimed to develop and pilot an intergenerational and peer-to-peer ICT Learning Programme to improve confidence, digital skills and online safety of older people with no or basic digital skills in four of the project countries. The EU-funded project has organized an online conference on February 10th to present the achieved results and discuss the challenges of digital inclusion for […]
This interesting video talks about the 5 myths related to Digital Accessibility, it is particularly interesting to watch as right this year (2021) Member States will have to report on the status of implementation of the EU directive 2016/2102, entered into force three years ago and obliging all public online services to be digitally accessible.