Digital Inclusion for all Learners (DI4All)

Welcome to the DI4All project, where we are dedicated to creating digital inclusion for all. Our mission is to ensure that everyone has equal access to the digital world, regardless of their background or circumstances.

About us


The project aims to improve the learning performance of young students by promoting quality improvements and innovative excellence in schools. It also aims to ensure digital inclusiveness in education to provide equal opportunities for all students. Lastly, the project intends to train teachers and educators to promote digital inclusion and tackle disinformation, creating a holistic learning experience for students.


The target groups of the project include students, school staff, schools, other educational providers, public bodies, and national agencies.


This program will be based on the best practices and analyzed results from teachers and trainers in the field, with a guide that includes materials from the project's intellectual outputs. An online contest for schools to showcase their best practices in digital inclusion will be held, and the results will be presented and discussed at a final seminar.

The activities of Digital Inclusion for All (DI4All) are supported by Erasmus+, and the project number is 2021-2-SE01-KA210-SCH-000050728.

Meet us better

Project coordinator:

Ossiannilsson Quality in Open Online Learning (i4QOOL) Consultancy

Project partner:

Lithuanian College of Democracy

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The material of this webpage has been created in the frame of the Erasmus+ Project AGILE2VET and is licensed under the