The DiCultYouth project has successfully completed its first output, mapping digital skills in the cultural sector. The output is a comparative analysis of data collected by the members of the consortium in Cyprus, Luxembourg, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. The analysis will serve as the project’s framework to its next steps that aim to develop and further synergies between the sectors of culture, education and technology to help enhance digital skills and employability of young people.
In order to map digital skills in the cultural sector, the project’s team has conducted research and collected a set of good practices which are currently implemented in the cultural sector, as well as data from young people and cultural institutions, and interviews with specialists in the cultural sector.
The University of Novi Sad collected the data and prepared the national reports and analysis, with whom the two important outputs of the project, an e-Learning training course and an online game, will be developed.
With those two outputs, the project aims to help vulnerable young people with a background in humanitarian studies seek for career opportunities in cultural heritage related fields.
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