DIGI.KOMP is a Cultural cooperation with Slovenians partners through the EEA and Norway Grants. 

DIGI.KOMP answers the growing demands for the use of digital content in society, which are difficult for teachers, other pedagogical workers, and training organizers to follow and use in their day-to-day work. Children, adults and the elderly need quality training to raise their digital competencies for work and everyday life. The main goal of the project is the development and pilot implementation of 39 new teaching and learning practices for work and life in the field of digital competencies.

Piksel has prepared 3 workshops about basic electronics, DIY bioart instruments, and digital streaming competences:

  • Basic electronic knowledge – how to teach computer skills, how to start working with electronics, how a computer works. Useful for teachers teaching children around 8 years old.
  • How to use microscope with your mobile phone – a creative approach to science that teachers can do at schools (11-18 years old or more)
  • How to use OBS Studio – Streaming video to different platforms (YouTube, others) where the lecturer can integrate slides, documents, web pages, different cameras, webcam, high-performance real-time video/audio capturing and mixing, create scenes made up of multiple sources and more.

The first part of the project is planned for March 2023 when the Piksel team travel to Slovenia to host the first series of workshops. To help lead the workshops we are lucky to be joined by the artists Sarah Grant, Hamilton Mestizo and APO33/Julien Ottavi

DIGI.KOMP is a collaboration with Slovenian Partners: Zasavska ljudska univerza, The Institute for Culture Delavski dom Trbovlje and Knjižnica Toneta Seliškarja Trbovlje, with the support of EEA and Norway Grants.

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