European Comission, October 2020 – August 2023
Fakespotting will be implementing brand new tools for the innovation of the higher education and adult education field, allowing the deployment of original digital and information literacy contents, assessments and toolkits tackling skills mismatches to prepare students for jobs where shortages exist or are emerging.
- Updating HE Teachers skills and curricula on digital information and media literacy enhancing collaborative learning, digital and ICT provision in HEIs’ learning delivery.
- Training of academics in new and innovative pedagogies fostering: 21st century skills provision tying higher education and labour market needs, acquisition of innovative assessment methods and tools for skills recognition and promotion;
- Tackling future skills mismatches matching HE students skills with emerging labour market needs and improve female participation in ICT;
- Enhancing the provision of digital competences for unemployed adults and adult educators;
- HEIs coordination with HEIs from candidates countries to develop common educational frameworks in digital education as recommended by “European Higher Education in the world”.
Activities & Outputs
By implementing researches, surveys and interviews within the labour market, one international training, 5 TPMs, 9 local pilots providing innovative digital literacy skills to 150 HE students, 50 HE teachers, 40 unemployed adults and 8 external adult education organisations and, in the end, promoting the results through 8 Multiplier Events and a wide online dissemination, the project will realise the following outputs:
- Web based learning on information, media literacy and fact-checking;
- Toolkit on fact-checking methodologies related to labour market needs and methods to include digital skills in academic programmes and recognition tools;
- Guideline on Media and Information Literacy and national online disinformation case-studies;
- Digital assessment tool fostering tracking methodologies of students’ skills improvements in HEIs
- Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna [IT] (Coordinator)
- Fundacion Universidad Loyola de Andalucia [ES]
- Globsec [SK]
- International Counsulting and Mobility Agency [ES]
- Novosadska Novinarska Skola [RS]
- Pagella Politica [IT]
- South East European University Tetovo [NMK]
- Univerzita Mateja Bela V Banskey Bystrici [SK]
- Universiteti i Tiranes [AL]
This project has been funded with support from the European Comission. Outputs and outcomes produced on the project are responsibility of the authors and partnership organisations, and the Commition cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.