BOOMER Workshop in Spain: tackling digital transformation to bridge the intergenerational and social divide

Boomer is a European project co-funded by the Erasmus Plus program, involving seven institutions from five countries, each with a different language. The consortium includes the University of Dubrovnik (HR), Hrvatski Telekom (HR), University of Zagreb (HR), Matica umirovljenika Hrvatske (HR), Institut de Haute Formation aux Politiques Communautaires (BE), IDP SAS (IT), d-ialogo (DE), and Internet Web Solutions (ES).

Boomer aims to bridge the intergenerational and social divide created by the digital transformation by providing practical, easy-to-understand educational content for digital skills training and social inclusion.

Internet Web Solutions organised a Multiplier dissemination pathway consisting of three sessions that took place from 20 to 22 February 2024, at the headquarters of Arrabal AID, our Associated partner.

The 34 workshop participants were stakeholders, local participants, and potential adult operators. To begin with, they received our warmest welcome and we started the session with the presentation of the participants and our team member. Monia Coppola, who gave the session, presented the Boomer Project in all its details, told the participants how the idea of the Project was born, talked about the consortium and the Associated partners who support us, and elaborated on the objectives of the Project and what we have developed to achieve them. In addition, she showed the participants Boomer's REA platform and highlighted all the advantages of our platform, which is free, requires no registration to use and is available online and offline 24/7.

Stakeholders, local participants, and potential adult operators present at the Multiplier dissemination pathway were excited to learn about the Boomer Project, its results, and the training content we created to help older people overcome the digital divide they experience every day and to be able to better and more confidently navigate this increasingly digital world.

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