The importance to collect good practises examples and earlier implemented practical training and piloting activities of digital
volunteering. Handbook possible content will be defined during project. At the moment we have discussed possible content:
– Needs analysis report about elderly people digital volunteering and involvement vulnerable groups in volunteering and
digital competencies development
– Androgogy concept and methods
– Adult competencies working with elderly people and migrant women together through digital forms.
– Digital literacy development tips and tricks for elderly volunteers and migrant women
– Digital tools helping elderly people to choose digital volunteering
– Digital tools helping migrant women to find digital volunteer
Evaluating digital tools for teaching and support
Adult educators using a lot of online tools (Padelt, socrative, metimeter, kahoot, Edmodo, Projeqt, Thinglink, TED-Ed, cK12, eduClipper, Animoto, Edpuzzle, Canva, Quizlet,Nearpod goodle drive and
others) but the question and problem which adult educators face is how to empower/ help and ensure that vulnerable people
(elderly people and migrants) will be supported and how to connect them using digital volunteering. Adult education policy
planning documents on digital learning. It is important to analyse and find ways and sufficient channels/platforms for
communication tools working with adult audience (basic principles of communication, effective
communication tools, communication channels for reaching adult audience in the regions).
– Examples of good practice on digital volunteering (Presented digital volunteering examples between two vulnerable groups
– elderly people and migrants).

Creating and promoting learning opportunities among all citizens and generations. Adult educators will be responsible to create an environment and involvement. Participating in volunteering as well as in adult learning courses is a form of civic participation, and in its turn can lead to larger social inclusion and networking. Such benefits are not limited to individuals: better health and increased participation in society mean reduced healthcare costs and a greater contribution to society as a whole. Creating good practices will help to understand the current situation regarding digital volunteering, volunteering opportunities in general and the involvement of older people in volunteering, available training opportunities to promote digital competencies, and initiatives to motivate VP to use technology, the internet, and appropriate media (smartphone, computer) for seniors, as well as to identify older people’s interest in participating in digital volunteering and their desire to improve their skills or learn to use communication technologies, etc. daily activities. The main result: identified the opportunities for digital volunteering and its preferred possible forms and types as well as existing practices in partner countries