Is your region well equipped with a future-proof digital environment? CORA partners share their stories of transformation towards a digital society.
Digital Learning for All (DILA) was implemented by Vejle Library and regional stakeholders to establish two digital learning hubs in the rural villages of Smidstrup and Give. These spaces offer access to local public services, as well as new meaningful activities for digital learning. An inclusive approach was taken to include the local population of rural areas, not only in training activities, but also in developing the activities to be offered. The pilot offered train-the-trainer activities and public workshops, through which potential digital trainers got upskilled in regards to digital skill and competence training.
For rural and remote areas to stay attractive for families and businesses, they need a healthy digital environment. This requires a digital infrastructure, well-developed digital services, and sufficient digital skills among the population. The CORA partners faced their challenges and tested own solutions designed to bridge the digital divide in their regions. Check all nine stories of connecting remote areas with digital infrastructure and services.