The ASL project aims to:
1. To teach learners to acquire new skills and competences using learning innovative practices and digital technologies;
2. To develop a functioning collaborative learning environment to help them identify skills gaps and needs and to collaborate locally and independently for joint capacity-building.
The ASL project addresses the following primary needs:
• To provide new competences to adult learners using digital resources;
• To stimulate/motivate adults in acquiring competences that can improve their career and employability;
• To promote self-learning;
• To empower people growing their skills in using digital collaborative technologies;
• To integrate educational practices such as peer learning, online participatory learning, digital social learning, etc.
• To provide people with advice and guidance on how to learn using digital resources.
Adults who need to improve their competences to continue to work are the primary target group. This class, usually, corresponds to people 50-55 years old and includes people who are low-qualified and low-skilled.
The Consortium is formed of six partners from Turkey, Italy, Latvia, Poland, and Greece. They have great competences in adult learning, which are complementary, and are experts in European projects.