SPreaD was aimed at structuring and making available experiences from broad-based education programmes in the field of digital literacy in the business world and local communities. The consortium established a Europe-wide network of experienced regional, national and European education partners to ensure the toolkit’s quality and optimise its dissemination. These partners were urged to present the toolkit at joint regional events and to increase awareness of it throughout Europe.

From February 2008, interested network members had the opportunity to evaluate the preliminary version of the toolkit and contribute their own experiences. The outcomes of the project analyses and the exchange of experiences are published as a practical toolkit in the four partner languages.

Project name SPreaD
Duration 01.03.2007 – 31.10.2008
Clients EACEA – Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • Dirección General de Modernización (DGM), Valencia, Espania
  • Centre for the Innovation of Vocational Education and Training BV (CINOP), 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
Project aim
  • Professionalisation of the management of digital literacy projects in Baden-Württemberg
  • Baden-Württemberg’s regional innovation system was strengthened by setting up a network for the project management of digital literacy projects.
MFG's part Project lead partner responsible for project management, marketing and communication, the toolkit development as well as for the communication with EACEA (Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency)
Contact Petra Newrly
Head of Project Team Competence Field E-Learning / Social Media
Phone: +49 711 90715-357
Website www.spread-digital-literacy.eu