The Digital Culture project was selected among the top 10 good practice example projects presented at the “Learn and pass on” conference, with over 150 participants from Romania, including Erasmus + project coordinators and international relations departments.
The 2020 edition of the national conference “Learn and pass on” took place online on December 10, 2020 and brought together over 150 participants, with the central theme Antifragility, a concept proposed by the writer Nassim Nicholas Taleb, in the book Antifragil.
Dr. Eng. Diana Andone – DigiCulture project coordinator from the Politehnica University Timișoara – presented the developments on the Digiculture project, Digital Skills courses and the digital assessment tool, Open Digital Certificates for Digital Skills under a Creative Commons license.
Within the second part of the conference, a series of good practice examples projects from Erasmus +, the European Solidarity Corps and the EEA were presented. The Digital Culture project was thus selected among the top 10 good practice example projects.