D2S@Ulysseus promotes the development of Digital Soft Skills
The D2S@Ulysseus project (DigitalSoftSkills@Ulysseus) is supported by the Ulysseus Alliance and funded by the Erasmus+ programme. With digital technologies impacting our lives and becoming increasingly indispensable in the world of work and education, D2S@Ulysseus aims to develop transversal digital skills in lifelong learning.
In order to foster a successful and inclusive digital education ecosystem and to develop the digital skills of educators and students, the Ulysseus partners are adapting their training systems. The six universities are working together to identify good digital pedagogical practices, but also needs in higher education and in the labour market to offer the Ulysseus community and the public online courses, workshops and best practice guides on Digital Soft Skills. The project also aims to strengthen the online recognition of skills through “Open badges”.
D2S@Ulysseus website presents its results and resources on Digital Soft Skills
As of now, the D2S@Ulysseus website is online to inform about its activities, disseminate innovative digital practices and interact with the community of educators and learners for the improvement of digital soft skills! It is an easy-to-use space where it is possible to find out more about the project, soon to access several resources on Digital Soft Skills and to find out more about upcoming events – including Digital Week which will take place at UCA in June.
To find out more about DigitalSoftSkills@Ulysseus and to participate in the activities, please visit the project website! https://d2s.ulysseus.eu/
D2S@Ulysseus is a project led by Ulysseus European University partners, coordinated by Université Côte d’Azur in France, University of Seville in Spain, University of Genoa in Italy, Technical University of Košice in Slovakia, MCI | The Entrepreneurial School® in Austria, and Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences in Finland. Funded by the Erasmus+ programme, DigitalSoftSkills@Ulysseus aims at adapting to the digital age and developing Digital Soft Skills for students and educators.