“OFF-LINE: How to quit with social media”

Digital Repository and Cultural resources on the OER platform

 “OFF-Line: how to quit social media” is the project that will help you discover the digital world as a place that promotes culture, correct informations and the development of a constructive and critical  thinking. Reducing the time spent on social media is the main objective of the project, and this can be done by adopting a more correct navigation, a correct information through quality and accredited digital resources.

The Mapping section on the OER platform of the project, available at https://www.offlineproject.eu/mapping.php?lang=EN, provides a free thematic digital repository (of resources on culture and information), and a self-assessment tool to measure the aptitude of correct navigation among different types of content.

When looking for information using digital resources, abilities and attitude towards digital skills, online cultural attitude and time spent on social media are important. Regarding these aspects, the SAT (self-assessment tool), available at https://www.offlineproject.eu/sat.php?lang=EN, provides a quiz on three levels, that will guide you to the next steps you have to take in order to improve your abilities and attitude on the three aspects and skills and develop competences necessary to use digital resources. The SAT will help you learn how to navigate correctly through cultural, informative, scientific and other types of contents. 

The digital repository, available at https://www.offlineproject.eu/repositories.php?lang=EN,  contains mapping of free online cultural resources and creativity tools already available online in each partner country, providing short descriptions and access links to magazines and other information and cultural resources. 

The Offline Platform available in five languages is ment to becomes a focal point to stimulate critical thinking, intellectuality, research and in-depth study.

OFF-LINE is a project managed by seven partners from five countries, Romania, Italy, Finland, Spain and Belgium, and is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Commission. For more information on this project, please access https://www.offlineproject.eu/