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Delsa online multiplier event.

Internet Web Solutions from Malaga, Spain, together with its associated local partner Associacion Arrabal- AID as part of the consortium involved in the Erasmus plus project Delsa (http://www.digitaldelsa.eu/), organised on Wednesday 21/10/2020 a Multiplier event for digitally upskilling adults, job-seekers, underemployed/temporarily unemployed and those who are seeking better or new opportunities through self-employment on topics related to the intellectual outputs and the project online platform.

The event was held online using the Zoom platform due to mobility restrictions in the countries affected by the Covid-19, and had a very participative and active audience.

The main goal of the event was to present the project and inform about the accessible and free educational resources available in five languages on the OER platform that will allow users to advance in the acquisition of digital competences and skills.

Participants got involved in the event; they interacted with questions and requests for further information. The final unanimous ‘thank you’ confirmed the success of the event.

Every Wednesday Internet Web Solutions together with Arrabal will offer short and precise "ICT pills" to provide participants with useful technological tools to improve employability, start a business or develop creativity.

Delsa, a European Project co-founded by the European Commission, supports the integration of digital solutions and ICT in learning and education, by developing, testing and validating and finally deploying at full scale, an Open Educational Resource, that will allow to exploit and mainstream project results outside the realm of the partnership and in other EU realities and countries.
Delsa has the objective of improving digital skills and competences of low-skilled adults to enhance their socio-economic empowerment and increase their employability. This will be achieved by developing adequate training solutions, material and online tools.

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