DOMINOES project began in February 2022. It addresses three major priorities of the ERASMUS+ program:
All four partners recognize the need to develop their students’ (future first line practitioners) and trainers’ digital skills which are required to detect and mitigate the effects of disinformation and to build understanding and resilience to the new digital tools of information manipulation that threatens social cohesion.
Consequently, DOMINOES is designed to provide an innovative solution that not only assists the target audience in developing digital literacy, but also places the understanding of digital technologies in a wider social, cultural and security context, signaling broader implications and effects of digital technologies on individuals and society. Ultimately, DOMINOES encourages a positive and resilient mind-set in which technological innovation opportunities are assessed and negative behaviors are avoided.
The main activities in DOMINOES are:
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