Business and Technology University is commencing the process of choosing participants for the esteemed UNESCO “Information for All” program
“Promoting Information Literacy in Digital Environment among Women in Georgia” is another ambitious project of BTU, supported by UNESCO. It aims at contributing to building information literacy society through empowering individuals living in Georgia: increasing their computer literacy skills and information literacy. The project will promote meaningful use of technologies and participants critical thinking skills. In the long run, the project will encourage women in Georgia to engage in technologies and will increase their preparedness in the digital transformation process.
The target audience of the project: Georgian and Ukrainian displaced/refugee women over 16 years (60 participants).
Project participants will:
- Complete 8-week course of Tech English. The course will prepare participants for the coming learning process and will increase their English Language skills;
- Complete information literacy module, gain hands on skills and practical knowledge on ICT tools and informed/safe navigation within digital environment;
- Become part of the project alumni network to share knowledge, practice and continue active communication beyond the project;
- Upon completion of the project, participants will receive certificates.
Registration deadline: March 24, 11:00.