Within the framework of the project, various products will be created that build on one another and complement each other:
- The development of an e-learning platform that offers digital cultural affinity spaces. The platform allows cultural practitioners and institutions to participate in peer-to-peer mentoring through virtual workshops on a transnational level.
- A Professional Digital Competence Profile will be used to define which digital competencies cultural workers in small and medium-sized cultural institutions need. A professional development framework for the digital training of employees will be developed, which cultural institutions can use to respond to the digital transformation and the transition to digital offerings in the cultural sector.
- The elaboration of a Microlearning upskilling programme. Using a customized course for the target group, skills will be taught that will enable participants to produce and curate digital content and thus improve the digital strategy of institutions.
- The development of a self-assessment tool, that allows cultural professionals to make an assessment of their competences and knowledge to integrate a digital culture in the agenda of their institution.
The project will reach over 400 cultural professionals. Over 60 people will go through the micro-learning upskilling programme by participating in the course. Twelve of these participants will take part in a learning activity workshop.
The Digital Opportunities Foundation is the coordinator of the project consortium and is responsible for administrative and financial as well as operational project management. It is also responsible for the development of the microlearning upskilling programme.