The Datalit project – A joint research project to spread Data Literacy at the interface of higher education and business – aims to create the basis for the integration of data literacy as a transversal theme in potentially all university courses by identifying and developing common curricula and innovative teaching and learning approaches.
Based on a 4-step approach (blended learning, development of training resources, piloting of methodology and validated competences in relation to data literacy), the project focuses on three target groups: university students, education and human resource professionals, and evaluators and validation practitioners.
On 22-23 January 2020, the kick-off meeting took place in Palermo, Italy, at the invitation of the CNR (Italian National Research Council – Institute for Educational Technologies). The Knowledge Alliance of 14 experienced partners from 6 European countries discussed the major challenges regarding future activities as well as administrative issues.
Already during the first meeting, a strong partnership emerged, looking forward to the first phase of the project.
Stay tuned and visit the website: DATALIT
The consortium consists of 14 experienced partners:
CNR, Italy – https://www.itd.cnr.it/
Evodevo, Italy – http://www.evodevo.it/
Dataninja, Italy – https://www.dataninja.it/it/
Smart Revolution, Italy – https://www.smartrevolution.net/
Q21, Germany – https://www.q21.de/
Blinc, Germany – https://reveal-eu.org/
UDE, Germany – https://www.uni-due.de/
VU, Lithuania – https://www.vu.lt/
LPK, Lithuania – https://www.lpk.lt/en/
UNL, Portugal – https://www.unl.pt/
Inova, Portugal – https://inova.business/
UNS, Serbia – http://www.uns.ac.rs/index.php/en/
PanonIT, Serbia – http://www.panonit.com/
UET, Albania – http://uet.edu.al/new/