The Erasmus+ DIGI4SOCIAL Project aims to increase the skills of vocational students in the development of social content applications. This project, coordinated by Col·legi Sant Roc from Spain, has training centers in Portugal, Turkey and Slovenia. AIJU participates by contributing its experience in the application of technology that will train teachers and students in the development of practical applications in social issues, such as bullying, inclusion, diversity and equality, etc.
For two years the project will adapt and develop applications based on augmented reality technologies, digital animation, video games, robotics and development of mobile applications for social purposes.
Col·legi Sant Roc is especially active in activities against bullying and inclusion. Last year it hosted the day of prevention against school bullying where AIJU was invited to present the Project Clear Cyber Bullying where AIJU had developed a related mini games that were tested by the students. To a certain extent, the Digi4Social project intends to continue developing applications that promote an improvement of coexistence, using the power of digital tools to create the necessary awareness, in addition to training the students and teachers of the related training cycles.
It is intended to train future professionals so that they can have knowledge closer to the market and develop their skills both in terms of technological knowledge and its application for social purposes, also developing entrepreneurship skills. The ICT area of AIJU has been developing several projects in recent years related to these technologies and applying them in children’s products.
However, the demand for professionals who apply digital environments is increasing, as well as the continuous growth of applications of augmented reality and virtual reality. This is why AIJU supports the initiatives that allow the improvement of the knowledge of the technologies in the formal and formal training scenarios, enabling companies to incorporate increasingly qualified and trained professionals in those technologies of interest to the sector.
For more information, contact with Cesar Carrión or Alfonso López in email@example.com
They can also follow the evolution of the project in the official channels of the project: