Adult education on digital, health and data literacy for citizen empowerment

The TRIO project aims to develop a concerted upskilling pathway to improve health, digital and data literacy of adults at all ages, promoting adult education through the development of digital readiness, resilience and capacity. 

Over the next two years, TRIO will develop a modular approach with a manual, a curriculum and a complete toolkit for adult educators, supported by a digital learning platform that ensures adaptation to the changing needs of  users, technology and context. TRIO will also develop a Green Paper to be delivered to policy makers and relevant European Initiatives. 


Maria van Zeller, from INESC-TEC presented the TRIO project on November 8th in Coimbra, to illustrate how ICT and health can work …

“The Commission welcomes the agreement reached with the Parliament and the Council on the European declaration on digital rights and principles. The …

The TRIO project partners met in Gouda, The Netherlands, on 26 and 27 October for their second Transnational Meeting. AFEdemy was the …


    The TRIO project is funded by the European Union’s Erasmus + KA220-ADU – Cooperation partnerships in adult education programme under grant agreement no. KA220-ADU-1B9975F8.

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