At our second Think & Drink in February, we discussed all topics related to art and Europe.
At our first Think & Drink event in February, we talked about all the possible opportunities and risks of European public media spaces.
We are planning to discuss European public media spaces for common good and art in, with or about Europe on two evenings in February. We look forward to interesting discussions and inputs.
For the first ESEC Think & Drink we have gathered in the aesthetically appealing ambience of the gallery twenty-six, where we discussed our motto “Europe in digital environments”.
Under the motto Education, Art & Europe, the presentation of the DigiMedia eBook took place in the gallery twenty-six as a joint event of ipcenter.at and ESEC in extremely summery temperatures.
Mentoring Mission Accomplished
After intensive weeks of preparation and two months of implementation, we are happy to report that our Co-Age Volunteers Program for volunteer mentors has finally been finalized on 24.02.2022. The mentoring program was held online, as the safety and health of our participants needed to come first!
Athens well served
From November 25th to 28th, 2021, members of the consortium of the EU-funded project “DigiMedia” met in Athens for another transnational project meeting. The project aims to provide teachers in adult education with suggestions and assistance for the digitalization of teaching activities.
In 2021 a website is not enough, so in a first step, we spread our virtual presence to Linkedin & Instagram. We keep you updated there on what we do and perhaps that helps with visiting our website again in the future.
New Website launched
Today the new website of the ESEC was launched and in this context also the design was slightly rebrushed. This external appearance will be expanded in the following with past and future activities, as well as further information about the association and materials of the ESEC.
During the Transnational Project Meeting in Limassol, Cyprus, there was an intensive exchange regarding the conducted events with teachers. How can these experiences be integrated into new courses and how to deal with the different basic knowledge of the participants were central questions of the extensive exchange.