The ‘Creating Digital Pathways for Young People’ Conference, was held on Wednesday, 18th of January at the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) in Dublin, and focused on the sharing of best practice for developing the digital skills of young people.
The collaborative project has developed an out-of-school digital media programme for young people, called ‘Digital Pathways’, which includes a package of resources for organisations and individuals working with young people all over Europe.
The kick-off project meeting was held at The Digital Hub’s learning studio in Dublin, Ireland on Tuesday, 10th March, when representatives from The Digital Hub, H2 Learning,Krzyzowa Foundation(Poland) andMFG Baden-Württemberg(Germany), met to discuss the methodology for the project, project intellectual outcomes and dissemination activities.
The Polish and German partners also had an opportunity to learn more aboutthe Future Creators programmewhich had inspired the Digital Skills Pathways for Youth across Europe project.
Next project meeting has been scheduled for September in Germany.