During the final months of 2023, the DALI partner universities arranged a number of local multiplier events and workshops in their countries to share and celebrate the DALI project and it’s final results. 

The first multiplier event took place on 20th October 2023 in Coventry. Coventry University welcomed participants from the Coventry City Council and Library, presented the DALI project, as well as facilitating citizens in playing the DALI games and learning about data literacy.

The DALI team at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) held the “DaLi Workshop: towards a playful development of data literacy” on 17th November 2023 at FAU Institut für Ler-Innovation, Fürth, Germany. We welcomed participants from Fürth, Erlangen and Nürnberg area, who had the chance to play the DaLi Games and give us feedback about their experience. Participants also engaged in a fruitful discussion about the DaLi recommendations to promote data literacy at state, institutional and individual level.

The University of Bergen held the event ‘Fantastiske data! Forstå våre digitale spor gjennom spill’ on 28th of November at Bergen Public Library. We invited adult educators as well as the broader public to take part in three different workshops where the participants were introduced to the DALI project’s approach and results, learned about data literacy and experienced the DALI games.

In December, the DALI team at the University of Murcia embarked on a journey across various regions in Spain, orchestrating a series of events aimed at disseminating and sharing the rich tapestry of results and materials cultivated within the expansive landscape of the DALI project. Our endeavors took us to esteemed venues such as the Bofill Foundation in Barcelona, the JRC of the EU in Seville, and the hallowed halls of the Faculty of Education at our own University of Murcia. One noteworthy highlight was our event in Murcia, graced by the esteemed presence of David Roca from the Adult Education Center of Cartagena. Mr. Roca eloquently shared his firsthand experience with DALI materials, shedding light on their relevance and potential impact within Adult Education centers.

The DALI team at University of the Balearic Islands concluded the DALI project’s multiplier event series by holding two multiplier workshops on 4th and 21st of December on Ibiza.

Altogether, these events served as vibrant platforms where we delved into the intricacies of our work, unveiling the core features and insights that have emerged through the course of the DALI project. Attendees had the opportunity to immerse themselves in DALI games, fostering an interactive environment that allowed us to collectively explore and share the experiences and prospects born from these groundbreaking developments.

The resounding positivity emanating from the feedback of our engaged attendees has been both inspiring and invigorating. Encouraged by this, we are steadfast in our commitment to further disseminate the project’s achievements in the upcoming months.

A heartfelt thank you extends to all those who actively participated, contributing to the success of these events and reaffirming our collective dedication to the advancement of education through the DALI project. Your involvement is deeply appreciated and fuels our enthusiasm to continue pushing the boundaries of innovative learning experiences.

A big thanks to all involved!