The project AUDID aims at empowering adults to deal effectively with issues associated to online identities, cryptocurrencies and e-wallets. Adults today spend plenty of time online while this is expected to increase as Smartphones are used by a growing number of adult population. However, adult users are exposed to dangers when online because of not being able to fully comprehend how random data they make public can manifest into the building blocks of an online identity. This is where the AUDID targets, to help adults understand the risks from online identities and be in position to protect themselves while online. The project, drawing on contemporary research findings, considers that Internet and online identities is not a “childhood or adolescent disease” but also a growing risk for adult generation too. To achieve its goal, AUDID will deliver an interactive curriculum and a pedagogical approach to enhance critical thinking, complemented by easy to use tools (i.e. a dynamic demonstrator) that will enhance understanding on the subject and recognize skills and achievements through the OPEN BADGES concept (openbadges.org).
The project serves the longer term vision of the renewed European Agenda for Adult Learning (2011/C 372/01) by extending the range of relevant research to include the online identities field in adult learning and education encouraging inter-disciplinary and prospective analysis, and also contributing a new pedagogy and a creative eLearning environment for mainstreaming prevention culture and reduction strategies of online fraud.
BUSSINESS SCHOOL PAR – HR (LEAD PARTNER)
CIVIC COMPUTING – UK
COSMIC INNOVATIONS – CY
UPI – ljudska univerza Zalec – SI
European Digital Learning Network – IT
Virtual Campus Lda – PO
European Regional Framework for Cooperation (ERFC) – GR
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