DS: The Europe of our lives


Recruitment for the Learning Blended Mobility

Call for participants!

We are inviting our students and volunteers to take a part in the Learning Blended Mobility in Loughborough in the framework of Digital Storytelling:  the Europe of our lives Project. There are available 4 places. The selected students will take a part in a course of digital storytelling production. The process of recruitment is open and made by interview with the Staff Board (Aleksander Kobylarek and Aleksandra Marcinkiewicz-Wilk) on 15th of December, at 12.00 in Dawida 1, Wroclaw, room 41. The criteria for access to the projects are: communicative English language skills, availability during training time in Loughborough, attitude to: international projects, leaning new tools, professional development and ICT (especially creating digital storytelling). The training in Loughborough is fixed for 14.02.2018-19.02.2018.

Recruitment, courses and correspondence will be exclusively in English.

Taking into consideration the respect for a diverse multicultural society and placing special emphasis on policies promoting equal rights, irrespective of gender, age, disability, health, race, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, creed, irreligiousness, political views, union membership, psychosexual orientation, sexual identity, family status, lifestyle, employment form, scope and basis, other types of cooperation, or other traits which may give rise to discrimination, the beneficiary of the grant undertakes to implement diversity management and equal rights policies and to promote and disseminate them during the recruitment process and the project lifetime.

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The Digital Storytelling project is a venture of several European organizations dealing with adult education, aimed at exchanging experiences on the possibilities of using storytelling in adult education. The second basic objective of the partnership is to recognize the possibility of using commonly available digital tools for image and sound processing, saved during jointly conducted workshops. The project is coordinated by the Spanish organization from Cordoba, which conducts training courses for adults and is the equivalent of Polish centers of lifelong learning. Substantive support is provided by one of the best British universities in Loughborow, whose representatives specialize in the use of storytelling techniques for biographical research. Technical support is provided by a private company from Belgium specializing in the processing of electronic recordings. Organizations from Poland, Lithuania and Austria provide organizational support and experience gained in coordinating or implementing numerous international educational and research projects.

The Project is developped in the framework of Strategic Partnership in Adult Education of Erasmus+ Program.

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