The European project AIDA, has started with a Comparative Report that shows the finding of a survey with the objective of gaining insights into the awareness and habits of young individuals from Slovenia and Spain in relation to digital minimalism. The insights gathered from this survey will contribute to a deeper understanding of the current state of digital minimalism among young individuals. From March to early June the partnership gathered a total of 96 responses, 61 from Slovenia and 35 from Spain.
Moreover, this Comparative Report, includes a Desk Research that shows some of the existing options to gain digital minimalism competencies in both, Slovenia and Spain, along with institutions and organizations that work with young people and can be potential partners for online campaigns focused on sustainable use of digital devices and raise awareness about crucial areas of an individual’s digital footprint.
The “Desk & Field Research Comparative Report for Digital Minimalism & Awareness Campaigning” also has very high transferability value, so that any interested entity in the project topics may consult, adapt to their work or use as guide.
If you want to read more about the “Desk & Field Research Comparative Report for Digital Minimalism & Awareness Campaigning” here is the link for the website:
Thanks for your attention and Stay Tuned for more news about the project AIDA.
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Project No: 2022-3-ES02-KA210-YOU-000093411