Expected Results


The state of the art contributed by our experts from EU and the LAC regions revealed several problems regions.

In addressing challenges such as bottlenecks in ICT, education, and digital exclusion, the project will generate the following results:

Problems Regions


- Providing access to education to people with disabilities.

- Turning ICT usage into economic and social benefits.

- Increasing teacher competence in using ICT.

- Enhancing learner engagement through innovative methods.

- Improving e-accessibility and inclusion.



- Develop an open access education and training platform: this will be developed to harness the opportunity created by digital education.

- Better usage of ICT for the purpose of learning and inclusion.

- Uniting the different stakeholders to achieve the common goal of a smart ecosystem for learning and inclusion.

- The exchange of research outcomes, and dialogue about the future of education in respect to digitization.

- Provide training to upgrade teachers’ skills and develop materials for the technologies that provide open learning and inclusive education.

- Optimize ICT management and policy: The policy and public administration side will be supported by a review of the European and LAC policy directive to implement appropriate protection for people with disabilities and those digitally excluded.