As as compendium of the experiences and projects done in the SeniorsKS project, you can download the Project Booklet.
Usually internet guides, flyers, books, etc are created by experts or trainers This is an Internet Guide from Seniors to Seniors. It was produced during the Prague meeting with content provided from the very same seniors.
This guide was produced collaboratively by all the learners in the meeting done in Prague. This work was coordinated by [UCZ]
e-inclusion in the European Union with special emphasis to Autria
This is a report done by Rosemarie Kurz [OEH KFU]
In the wake of the change from the industrial society to a modern, knowledge-based information society, information and communication technologies (ICT) have penetrated almost all areas of social and political life. Globalization itself has only been made possible by the rapid progress of ICT, which will continue to fuel its further development. ICT should help create more economic growth and more jobs, more independence and better chances in life and quite generally enhance solidarity within our society.
Guide from Seniors to Seniors
Senior learners from [ZAWiW] created a guide about How to create my own ebook
Usually people that have a eBook access to on-line libraries or internet pages to download eBooks. Now, the senior learners can be also creators of this kind of format, and put available to society their own documents.
“Share your experience”: The Way of St. James
The Senior Citizens' University, each year organises a 5-day treking in the St. James walk as part of the extra-academic activity that each academic year is offered. Some learners do this activity (a lot of them, repeat it year after year). They wanted to show to the others their experience. They prepared a fair, a book and a video, then, their experience will be accessible to everybody. Being part of the Knowledge Society, means also not being afraid of putting things on the net, sharing with other colleagues and even being proud of if.