Data publikacji: 10.11.2023 r.
The project has been planned for the years 2022-2025 and is implemented in cooperation with Centrum Cyfrowe Foundation. Erasmus+ National Agencies from 7 countries contribute as project partners: Belgium (Flemish Region), Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Turkey.
The first phase of the study is currently being finalised. It includes an analysis of context documents for partner countries, an online survey for Erasmus+ project coordinators and in-depth interviews with the management of beneficiary organisations. The results obtained so far demonstrate that the implementation of Erasmus+ projects by beneficiaries often constitutes a factor supporting the digital transformation of the organisation.
Almost 60% of the coordinators of the projects that launched in 2022 believe that participation in the programme has significantly improved the attitude of the organisation's employees towards digital transformation (59%). A similar percentage indicated that the digital competences of the organisation's employees have developed as a result of the project (61%), and as many as 68% felt that mobility has improved the digital competences of the participating learners.
The above conclusions were confirmed in the in-depth interviews. It turns out that, for some organisations, Erasmus+ has played the role of a game changer – a catalyst for starting the process of transformation and improving digital competences. This is particularly true for smaller organisations, often characterised by undeveloped digital competences among staff.
In the second phase of the study, planned for 2024-2025, in addition to further exploring the issues raised in the first phase, more attention will be given to the international dimension of the phenomena described. Therefore, we already encourage you to follow the next findings on digital transformation and the development of digital competences with the support of the Erasmus+ programme.