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DIG-i-READY TPM in Linz!

Project partners met in Linz to discuss the progress of the DIG-i-READY project.

After over a year of research, collaboration and innovative moments, the Dig-i-READY project consortium met at the Johannes Kepler University (JKU) in Linz, Austria in the last week of May. Edging to the very end of the project, the partners discussed the DIG-i-READY Handbook which will serve as a guide for inclusive digital education, to teachers and educational establishments in vocational education and training (VET).

With 5 chapters focusing on indicators; competency frameworks; lessons learned from the good practices catalogue; and policy recommendations, the handbook will soon be completed and available published on the DIG-i-READY website.

Taking place within the prestigious halls of the JKU, the partnership had the opportunity to talk about the various obstacles and successes of the project so far. Coming from 9 countries, the project partners have also been disseminating the project via multiplier events in their own countries.

For next steps, the project partners are preparing to finish the final version of the DIG-i-READY Handbook and eventually localise the handbook to their respective countries.