Partners from various parts of Europe meet to create opportunities for GrandExperts
Tulip Foundation joins an innovative programme provoked by seniors who expressed their will not only to be trained in digital literacy but to create their own content for Internet by invitation from Friedrich-Alexander University.

The team of Tulip Foundation and its partners from Institut für Lern-Innovation at the Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg; Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft der Senioren-Organisationen e.V.; Dublin City University, Foundation for Women's Issues (FJK) and Art-Age came together in the end of November 2017 in Furth near Nuremberg to plan the activities in a frame of a new GrandExpecrts programme. The programme will be implemented in the course of the next two years with co-funding from the Erasmus+ programme of the EU.

The partners presented their organisations, activities and expertise. Each organisation presented also their experience with the target group and the motivation of the team as well the expectations about the joint programme. The participants had a lively discussion about the principles, the set of digital modules and the ways to engage with various groups of seniors in each of the countries. They also talked in details about possible examples and curricula on the basis of former projects and activities with the target group that could be used for the development of the authorised training and the short modules.

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