Digital Education | Apply for the Erasmus+ Funding



The Erasmus+ programme is currently accepting applications for projects that focus on how inclusive and high-quality digital education can enhance students’ digital well-being.

This initiative is part of the broader Digital Education priority, which has allocated a total of €15,000,000 in funding.

The goal is to take successful educational methods and translate them into practical projects that can be implemented widely.

By doing so, Erasmus+ aims to promote best practices in digital education, ensuring that all learners benefit from effective and supportive digital learning environments.

So keep reading to find out how to apply!

The activities

In particular, the main activities under this priority could include:

  1. Researching and analysing policies across different countries to better understand and bridge the gap between policy and practice in digital education
  2. Developing and delivering capacity-building activities, such as training and mentoring programs, to build skills and knowledge among educators and stakeholders
  3. Designing and piloting new frameworks, guidelines, methods, and activities that offer innovative solutions to current educational challenges
  4. Proposing evidence-based recommendations to provide valuable insights and guidance to various organisations and stakeholders at different levels
  5. Analysing how project results can be transferred and sustained over time, ensuring successful practices can be adapted and maintained in different contexts
  6. Organising dissemination and networking events to showcase the work done in these projects, encourage collaboration, and share best practices among participants and interested parties

The objectives of the programme 

Well-being in digital education aims to create a positive learning experience through digital tools and technologies. It also looks at how these technologies affect the well-being of students and teachers in the school community.
This concept covers various ideas and practices, including:
  • Using high-quality digital content to enhance learning opportunities, boost motivation, and increase student engagement
  • Implementing assistive technologies to make learning more inclusive and accessible for all students
  • Including actions to improve online safety for young people in the professional development of teachers and educators
Additionally, this topic involves developing critical thinking skills, digital empowerment, and digital resilience. These skills help young people handle online threats and take full advantage of the digital world’s opportunities.

The requirements

Applicants (beneficiaries and affiliated entities) must meet the following criteria:
  1. Legal Status: must be legal entities.
  2. Type of Organisations: can be either public bodies or private bodies.
  3. Field of Activity:
    • Education and Training: activities related to teaching, learning, and educational development
    • Research and Innovation: research projects, innovative practices, or technological advancements
    • World of Work: employment, workforce development, or related industries.

How to participate?

If you need more information, consult the call on the official website.

Finally, to apply, fill in the form on the site, the deadline is set for June 4 2024


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