In the last decades we have seen a transformation of our reality, each day more and more influenced and linked to the digital world. No one doubts that we are experiencing a profound change that, supported by new technologies in a massive way, offers us great opportunities and challenges.
We could say that mobile devices and the internet have been the two key elements that - as the printing appearance caused, or later other mass media, such as radio or television - reaches absolutely all the spheres of our lives: communication, information, entertainment, commerce, the provision of education, health and government services, and the production systems themselves. These elements not only provide new tools, but also influence our position in the world, in our role as citizens.
Thus, although the concept of "digital citizen" was initially created to define those people who were active on the Internet and who used it to interact with their public administrations or collaborate with social and political entities, this idea become obsolete, and it is now clear that digital citizenship is no longer a matter of choice, but there is a digital space in which all citizens must be present.
Rural regions not only offer natural and healthy life! They can also provide opportunities to develop innovative and successful business ideas where e-commerce can play a decisive role, bringing services and products where before could not come.
TransForm@ is a Transnational project aimed at encouraging the digital transformation of commerce sector in rural areas, by enhancing people’s digital and e-business related skills through a game-based training.
VET centre’s managers, teachers and students, (aspirant) young entrepreneurs, people from enterprise organisations, job services, business consulting services as well as inhabitants of rural areas, will find here new tools to train skills for e-commerce in rural areas.
Transform@ project is:
TransForm@ project pursues 3 main objectives:
The Transform@ Consortium main outputs are:
Feel free to contact us for further information (proyectos (at) mediacreativa.eu