The reports offer interesting insights from the primary and secondary research carried out in all partner countries
Key findings from Turkey, Greece, Bulgaria, Austria and Spain.
The ALTER project’s Transnational Report has been published on our website, consolidating the results from all partners’ National Reports that are also uploaded on the website’s “reports” section! The reports offer interesting insights from the primary and secondary research carried out in all consortium countries (Turkey, Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, Spain) about the existing web-based professional profiling methodologies & practices, as well as the existing level of digital skills & competences of adults attending alternative educational institutions.
More specifically, the transnational report summarizes the desk research and stakeholder’s interviews (50 in total) on how digital and social media are used for job search at transnational level and, in addition, discusses the key findings reached through organized focus groups and online surveys with:
a) educators of adults (58 in total), expressing opinions about their level of digital skills and
b) adults having dropped out of school and attending alternative educational institutions (96 in total).
The Transnational Report is available in English, while its executive summary is translated in all partners’ languages.
Our second Newsletter contains more details.