• June 22, 2024

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European Project “OPSIZO”: OPSIZO Diversity & Inclusion in Microenterprise Development of Resources

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Development of OPSIZO Toolkit in 5 languages

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On 29 November the online Kick off meeting of DIGI.MUSE – Education in small museum: digital solutions for a renewed accessibility project took place.

It is 24-month project, co-funded by Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Commission.

DIGI.MUSE aims to empower small museums with digitals tools, designed to make them even more interactive to general public. Of relative importance will be the creation of a guide on how museums can participate in Erasmus Plus projects, that will represent one of the output of the project.

Project partners (Internet Web Solutions, Fondazione Genti d’Abruzzo e Institut de haute formation aux politiques communautaires, respectively from Spain, Italy and Belgium) discussed many topics, such as project objectives, goals and the role that each partner will play to archieve results.

The Spanish partner, Internet Web Solutions, is a leading provider of information technology (IT) and engineering services based in Málaga.

Its business plan has received the finalist award from the City of Madrid in the National Business Competition sponsored by IdeCesem Business School.

Its aim is to make IT technology much more accessible to general and specialized public.

For further information about Digi.muse project visit our social network, we are on Facebook as @Digimuse.project and on Instagram as digimuse_project.

You can also visit Internet Web Solutions Web page https://www.internetwebsolutions.es/ for further information about its initiatives and its European projects.