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On 31 May 2024, the consortium in charge of implementing the project BOOMER – Booming digital literacy skills among elderly population, held its third transnational meeting in Malaga, Spain. Hosted by the Spanish partner, Internet Web Solutions, the meeting took place as scheduled, and served to discuss the most relevant issues for the current state of development of the project.

To open the meeting, the project platform, which already has more than 40,000 aggregated visits and is available at www.digital-boomer.eu, was presented by Internet Web Solutions, updating all the progress and achievements since the last transnational meeting. In this way, the partners were able to learn more about all the new functionalities of the platform, especially with regard to the collection of anonymous statistics that allow them to know first-hand the effectiveness of the published results.

For their part, representatives from the University of Dubrovnik and the University of Zagreb reviewed the work packages already completed, those related to Training and Skills Audit respectively. The quality and usability of the results, which have already been tested by numerous representatives of the target groups, both belonging and related to the adult education system, as well as the elderly demographic segment, was highlighted.

The core of the agenda, related to the validation of the content produced, and the creation of the ‘Adoption suite’, was presented by the Italian partner IDP, who outlined the next steps and presented a work plan for the last activities of the project, which will culminate in a set of guidelines for supply side users in the adult education system who wish to uptake, adapt and adopt the BOOMER outputs.

Finally, after a review of the administrative aspects of the project, dissemination and quality management, the meeting ended successfully, marking a decisive step in the development of the project, which will conclude next August with a meeting hosted by the project coordinator.

BOOMER is a project co-funded by the Erasmus Plus Program of the European Commission, which brings together 8 partners from 5 countries (Croatia, Belgium, Germany, Italy and Spain) and addresses the evident and urgent pan-European need for rapid and concrete upskilling of seniors in digital competencies.

More information on BOOMER Virtual Corner: www.digital-boomer.eu

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