We are thrilled to announce the successful completion of the TRIO project co-creation workshops in five European countries: Portugal, Spain, Netherlands, Germany, and Romania. The workshops were held in February and March 2023 and brought together participants from different age groups to co-create a digital learning platform aimed at improving health, digital, and data literacy of adults.
Participants were organized into three age groups: 18-35 years, 36-50 years, and 51+ years, and engaged in various activities to identify the types of media and games they preferred for learning. An icebreaker game helped to create a comfortable atmosphere, followed by a brainstorming session where participants identified their main difficulties in the TRIO project themes of digital literacy, health literacy, and data literacy using cards.
The participants then matched their main difficulties with their preferred media types. Finally, they selected the best game that fit their particular health difficulties from a group of different types of games.
The workshops received positive feedback from the participants who expressed their satisfaction with the methodology used and the results achieved. They also expressed interest in continuing to participate in other workshops related to the TRIO project.
The workshop results provided important conclusions for building the platform and identifying functional issues for future workshops.
We are excited to announce that the reports of each country workshop will be updated on the TRIO website, providing valuable insights and preferences shared by the participants.
The TRIO project team is excited about the success of these co-creation workshops and looks forward to further developing the digital learning platform based on the valuable insights and preferences shared by the participants.
Thank you to all the participants and organizers for their hard work and dedication to the TRIO project.