DataPro – How to protect your personal data and what’s more that of your friends?

DataPro – How to protect your personal data and what’s more that of your friends?

Implementation period: 31.12.2023 – 30.08.2026
Project number: KA220-BW-23-32-157287

Assistance program: Erasmus+
Project description

The DataPro project tackles the intricate challenges of data protection in the digital era, acknowledging its critical importance for future generations. In response to the evolving landscape of digitalization, the project aims to educate individuals on the complexities of data privacy regulations, emphasizing ethical considerations inherent in information technology. By fostering a deeper understanding of the ethical implications, DataPro equips individuals with the knowledge and skills to navigate the digital terrain responsibly.

Through targeted education, DataPro seeks to democratize access to data literacy, particularly focusing on educators who play a pivotal role in shaping digital literacy among students. By enhancing knowledge about data usage, protection, and broader societal implications, DataPro empowers individuals to navigate the digital world confidently and responsibly.

DataPro project results

  • reports on learning objectives and hurdles (from risk awareness to unintuitive privacy concepts)
  • multilingual curriculum and country-specific training syllabi
  • training materials and tools for students and teachers
  • a website
  • workshops with teachers and students
  • presentations for further stakeholders

DataPro partners

  • Pädagogische Hochschule Freiburg – Germany (Project coordinator)
  • Archivio della Memoria – Italy
  • ProEduca z.s. – Czechia
  • European Learning Centre – Spain
  • cyberGEIGER – Germany
  • CWEP – Poland (it is us)