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Accessibility skills for a technology enhanced learning in an inclusive society (ENTELIS +)

ENTELIS+ aims to develop the digital skills and competences of digitally excluded groups through strategic public-private partnerships. 

ENTELIS+ aims to develop the digital skills and competences of digitally excluded groups, such as persons with disabilities of all ages, through strategic public-private partnerships.


Run between 2014 and  2016, the European Network for Technology Enhanced Learning in an Inclusive Society (ENTELIS) project was created to empower older persons and persons with disabilities to participate in digital society. ENTELIS aimed to provide them with digital literacy and make assistive technologies more easily accessible. The ultimate goal was to enable persons with disabilities to be more competitive on the job market and to receive high-quality education.


Building on the outcomes of the first ENTELIS project, ENTELIS+ aims to reduce the digital divide by supporting organisations to collaborate in the development of strategies and policies for the development of digital skills of persons with disabilities. It will do so by: 

  • Raising awareness about the importance of accessibility as an enabler for inclusive learning and teaching
  • Developing the digital skills of persons with disabilities and older people to participate in the digital society
  • Building the capacity of the key actors in charge of designing and implementing facilitating frameworks (public authorities and service providers).



  • Take online action now with the #RightToConnectNow campaign- On 3rd of December, the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the Entelis+ project partners launched an awareness raising campaign called #righttoconnectnow to build on local communities in Europe that believe technology is an opportunity and not a barrier to inclusion. Watch the video here!



AIAS Bologna Onlus, Italy

Funka, Sweden

JKU Johanes Kepler University Linz, Austria

European University Cyprus

AAATE (Association for the advancement of assistive technology in Europe)


Saint John of God Community Services

Vocational Training Center MARGARITA, Greece

Association of European Border Regions



January 2020 - January 2022


Magdalena Verseckas, Project Officer


Project website