DIGI-LINGO is a consortium project consisting of five different partners from across Europe. We are represented by four regional authorities and one transnational with connections to the European Union.
Our partnership is beneficial in both securing a broad perspective on our project development, and a culturally diverse workforce with unique collaborative potentials and skills.
On this page you find information about the five partners in DIGI-LINGO.
Central Denmark Region, Denmark
Central Denmark Region (CDR) is located in Viborg and is the regional administrative political center for the central region of Denmark. CDR administrates many different projects, and therefore also takes the role of project managers for DIGI-LINGO. CDR is primarily responsible for the administrative, managerial, and organizational tasks of the project, such as the general executive tasks, coordination of partner meetings, project management and press.
CDR is also the primary economic administrator of the project, and therefore answers to the relevant stakeholders in regard to economic affairs, budgets etc.
Vestland Fylkeskommune, Norway
Vestland Fylkeskommune is a regional authority located in Bergen Norway with many areas of responsibilities. Their involvement in DIGI-LINGO can be seen as further development and continuation of their local work regarding distance language learning education and teaching. Vestland Fylkekommune is therefore also considered to be most knowledgeable within the didactic and pedagocical aspects of the development of DIGI-LINGO.
Consideering Vestland Fylkekommunes experience with the implementation of similar projects, they are also responsible for the more specific implementation and formulation of DIGI-LINGO's exact potentials and uses in the actual classroom.
Kristau Eskola, The Basque Country
Kristau Eskola is an association composed of 128 schools scattered across the Basque Country and is located in San Sebastián. With their great organizational network Kristau Eskola will mostly be focused on the implementation work and outreach to potential partner school. In this partnership they will also be responsible for feedback and modification of specific initiatives in line with the more broad work of DIGI-LINGO.
Krisatu Eskola will furthermore be responsible for the formulation of key competencies and overall teaching and/or learning goals of the project, as they have great experience with innovative competence-based education in regards to external projects.
- San Antonio Ikastetxea:
- Nuestra Señora de Begoña – Salesianas
- Claret Askartza Ikastetxea
Het Gemeenschapsonderwijs (GO!), Belgium
GO! headquarters is located in Brussels but the educational network organizes official education in the whole Dutch speaking part of Belgium (Flanders) and offers teacher training to all its GO!-schools. GO! is therefore also very connected with the specific implementation work of DIGI-LINGO, as they have a lot of experience in working within a mixed field of different cultures and foreign languages. GO! is responsible for ca. 210.000 pupils and 27.000 staff members. With their large experience in innovative digital didactic fields, GO! will to a considerable extent be responsible for the partnership and the network consisting of all teachers and schools connected to the DIGI-LINGO project.
Read more about Het Gemeenschapsonderwijs (GO!)
European Schoolnet, Belgium/EU
The European Schoolnet (EUN) is a network of 32 European ministries of education and is located in EU-offices in Brussels. Their role in the DIGI-LINGO project will therefore primarily be of administrative and managerial character. EUN is thus responsible for the communication and network between the project and the relevant EU-partners and stakeholders, that have interest in the DIGI-LINGO project. EUN furthermore closely works together with innovative ‘idea-labs’, where ministries develop policies in regards to the educational system in the EU. Therefore EUN will also have responsibilities and insight in regards to the legal and juridical side of the DIGI-LINGO project.
EUN will also carry over a remarkable experience within the field from other projects concerning the implementation of language teaching of lesser used European languages.