The Catalogue and Map are not static: they are evolving, as they mirror the evolving state of the art in digital inclusion in Europe. This means that they need to be fed on a continuous basis, with new practices, to monitor the developments and observe the variation of existing gaps. You can make a difference by helping us feeding the catalogue. You can propose your case to be part of the MEDICI Good Practice Catalogue by filling in the submission form .You must be logged in (and registered as a member) to be able to upload your case.
In order to be shortlisted for inclusion in the MEDICI Catalogue, your project/initiative will have to comply with the following criteria:
|Domain relevance – the practice focuses on digital inclusion (connectivity, usage capability, quality of use)
|Target groups – the practice covers one or more of five vulnerable groups: people with disabilities; elderly people; marginalized young people and children; unemployed or those facing social problems; migrants
|Good practice – the practice has produced good results and deserves to be shared so that a greater number of people can learn from it and adopt it
|Type of good practice – the practice provides information and learning on practices, tools, technology, standards, infrastructure or capacities.
Our Good Practice Assessment Team makes the final decision for case inclusion in Medici catalogue and map. Once you submit your case, you will be contacted from the Knowledge Community management team to provide more information that will help our Good Practice Assessment team to assess the suitability of your case for the MEDICI map and catalogue. However, until your case is accepted in the Catalogue, it will be included in the Digital Inclusion Stories Space where it will be accessible to the public.
Cases that are not relevant to Digital Inclusion, do not address our target groups or are very old will not be displayed, nor considered for shortlisting.