RadioActive Europe

Randolph Written by
Tuesday, 24 March 2015 11:26
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The project developed a pan-European Internet Radio platform, incorporating Web 2.0 functionality, linked to innovative community based pedagogies – addressing employability, inclusion and active citizenship in an original and exciting way. The Internet Radio provides an innovative way to engage, retain and develop those who are excluded or at risk of exclusion, and its low-cost, extensibility and sustainability, compared with fm radio for example, is a key dimension in ensuring the success of this project.

Through actively developing, implementing and running the RadioActive station and its national channels, the target groups – of older schoolchildren, young people and other older people – develop digital competencies and employability skills ‘in vivo’ that are relevant to the 21C workplace. These competencies and skills will be accredited to provide a platform to further education or employment related to the knowledge and creative and digital industries.

 

 

Runtime: 2012 - 2014
Program Scheme: Lifelong Learning Program of the European Union
Sub-Program: KA3
Promoter: University of East London, UK
Website: Radioactive Europe

 

 

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