The evaluation of the project “FROM LITERACY TO DIGITAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL TRAINING” has been very positive, since all the quantitative and qualitative indicators defined in the application have been either achieved or surpassed.

A good example of this is that the educational contents of the Intellectual Output of the project, the “STRUCTURED AND PERSONALIZED COURSE FOR THE DIGITAL TRAINING OF ADULTS: FROM LITERACY TO DIGITAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL TRAINING”, have been expanded and improved by making a larger number of micropills than what was initially planned, in addition to translating them into French, which has allowed to expand the impact and dissemination of the project in France.

Also, the evaluation of the quality of the results is “very high” or “high” according to most experts, trainers, and education professionals who conducted this assessment.

Lastly, it should be noted that this evaluation was also carried out by dozens of experts external to the project, as well as by the participants and the people involved in it. It has also been positively evaluated and selected to participate in the International Education Congresses EDULEARN 2022 (14th Annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies) and ICERI 2022 (15th Annual International Conference of Education,  Research and Innovation).


The internal evaluation of the project has as main objectives the control of the progress, the quality and execution of the activities, and the control of schedule and times. This evaluation and monitoring of the project has been carried out through a Total Quality System, in which the whole project was divided into simpler parts with shared objectives: Processes; each of these processes contributes to the achievement of one or more objectives of the project, and encompasses the set of activities necessary to achieve them.

By establishing such a fragmented and compartmentalized structure, it was easy to implement an effective evaluation system that covered each of the levels. Thus, each time an activity, process, or stage ended, a specific evaluation was carried out to analyze the level of compliance through the proposed indicators and establishing, where appropriate, corrective measures.

This preliminary evaluation had the participation of all the participants, who used various evaluation tools such as Google Files to send their proposals for improvement and share their evaluation tools with the rest of the partners to improve the project.

The project culminated in a Final Evaluation Stage, which was undoubtedly one of the most important parts of it, since it verified the achievement of the objectives and the fulfillment of the indicators of the project as a whole, which are mostly aimed at the process and results.

This evaluation was carried out through a highly participatory process that involved the project managers, technicians, and staff of the different partner organizations, collaborating entities, and adult students. Their participation was enhanced through spaces for analysis and reflection throughout the many activities that comprise this final stage of evaluation. Some of them are:


The whole evaluation process was carried out through the TOTAL QUALITY MONITORING system. The WORK TEAM was coordinated by LUIS GÓMEZ ESTRADA of IKASIA TECHNOLOGIES, and in it also participated: Víctor García (REDTREE), Eleftheria Skordalaki (NTUA), Senentxu Lanceros (UNIVERSIDADE DO MINHO), Juliana Alice Ferreira Oliveira (NANOPAINT), and Fabienne Vidal (GRETA DU VELAY).



Within the project “FROM LITERACY TO DIGITAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL TRAINING: INNOVATIVE AND CUSTOMIZABLE TRAINING ITINERARY TO FACILITATE THE EMPLOYABILITY AND INCLUSION OF ADULTS”, multiple pilot tests have been carried out in 7 adult/ lifelong educational centers and a technology company in Spain, France, Greece, and Portugal.

These pilot tests focused on the “STRUCTURED AND PERSONALIZED COURSE FOR THE DIGITAL TRAINING OF ADULTS: FROM LITERACY TO DIGITAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL TRAINING”, since this is the Intellectual Output of the project, but the rest of its results have also been tested.

The main objective of these activities has been to improve the quality of the results of the project through the participation of the adult students themselves, the beneficiaries of the project in the evaluation and improvement of these results, while ensuring that they answered to their learning needs.

The pilot tests were developed during the final phase of the project, meaning, during the months of April to August 2022. The educational centers and work centers involved were the following:

  • Adults University – Universitat Politècnica de València (Spain).
  • Nanopaint – Design your technology (Portugal).
  • Greta from Le Puy-en-Velay (France).
  • Greta from Monistrol-sur-Loire (France).
  • Greta from Yssingeaux (France).
  • Second Chance School Haute-Loire (France).
  • FormaLab – fablab of Greta du Velay (France).
  • Adult School of the National Technical University of Athens (Greece).

The results were very positive and satisfactory, since the students involved showed great motivation for the contents of the online course, evaluated its quality as very good, and made proposals for improvement for the results of the project.  We also had the participation of professors and experts from the companies involved.

Lastly, the realization of these pilot tests also enhanced the dissemination and impact of the results of the project throughout Europe, especially in Spain, France, Greece, and Portugal.



In order to validate the quality of the project and the results generated in it, a large number of international expert evaluators in the field of innovative education have been contacted (several of them members of the evaluation committees of the most relevant international conferences on the subject of educational innovation).

Below, we list the set of experts that have evaluated the project:

David MartíIndustrial EngineeringSPAIN
Luis GómezElectronics EngineeringSPAIN
Agustín LópezJournalismSPAIN
Ignacio CandelChemical EngineeringSPAIN
Antonio GarcíaIndustrial EngineeringSPAIN
Javier MartíComputer Science EngineeringSPAIN
Mª Jesús SuestaTourismSPAIN
Jose Luis BernatSoftware EngineeringSPAIN
Chelo GonzálezFood TechnologySPAIN
Wendy GortonEducational TechnologyUSA
Mónica FernándezCommunication & Public RelationsSPAIN
Eladio DuqueMarketing & Public RelationsSPAIN
Juanan HerreroGraphic DesignSPAIN
Jose F. CabezaOrganic ChemistrySPAIN
Joanna LeesVeterinary MedicineFRANCE
Ana TomásArchitectureSPAIN
Ignacio BallesterEnergetic EngineeringSPAIN
Iván MartínezArchitectureSPAIN
Miguel PeiróAudiovisual ProductionSPAIN
Xema PedrósAudiovisual ProductionSPAIN
Javier DomenechIndustrial EngineeringSPAIN
Lorena LópezLaw and Business AdministrationSPAIN
Sergio PérezMechanical EngineeringSPAIN
Ismael Serrano Business and Administration ManagementSPAIN
Xavier LefrancMaterials EngineeringFRANCE
Norma BarrachinaLawSPAIN
Amparo GirósGenomicsSPAIN
Elena OrsVeterinary MedicineSPAIN
Maria Porcel  Chemical EngineeringSPAIN
Achim DanneckerFachhochschule Nordwestschweiz FHNWSWITZERLAND
Adriana Agnes Repellin-MorenoUniversidad PanamericanaMEXICO
Aileen CotterCork Institute of TechnologyIRELAND
Akihiro MaedaRyukoku UniversityJAPAN
Alan Belcher    Ashford UniversityUNITED STATES
Alia AmmarDrexel UniversityUNITED STATES
Ana HenriquesInstituto de Educação da Universidade de LisboaPORTUGAL
Ana Paula LopesPolytechnic Institute of OportoPORTUGAL
Anna RomagnuoloUniversity of TusciaITALY
Annette RedmonUniversity of CincinnatiUNITED STATES
  Anemona PeresFrontexPOLAND
Asako OhnoOsaka Sangyo UniversityJAPAN
Bob BarrettAmerican Public UniversityUNITED STATES
Boza TasicRyerson UniversityCANADA
Bozena MannovaCzech Technical University in PragueCZECH REPUBLIC
Breno DeffantiGraded – The American School of São PauloBRAZIL
Brian GaribaldiJohns Hopkins University School of MedicineUNITED STATES
Catherine O’DonnellUlster UniversityUNITED KINGDOM
Chang-Tik ChanMonash University MalaysiaMALAYSIA
Chiew Hong NgNational Institute of EducationSINGAPORE
Christopher EvansCardiff UniversityUNITED KINGDOM
Christopher MattatallUniversity of LethbridgeCANADA
Craig LoewenUniversity of LethbridgeCANADA
Craig WalkerOklahoma State Department of EducationUNITED STATES
Cynthia Rosas MagallanesInstituto Mexicano del Seguro Social (IMSS)MEXICO
Dania BilalUniversity of Tennessee, KnoxvilleUNITED STATES
Daniel AbrahamsUniversity of Arkansas – FayettevilleUNITED STATES
Darren FalconerThe University of Western AustraliaAUSTRALIA
David JenningsUniversity College DublinIRELAND
Eulalia TramunsEscola Horitzó in BarcelonaSPAIN
Elmaziye ÖzgürEastern Mediterranean UniversityCYPRUS
Ewa Bogacz-WojtanowskaJagiellonian UniversityPOLAND
Fausto BreviPolitecnico di MilanoITALY
Fernando Enrique Ortiz RodriguezUniversidad Autonoma de TamaulipasMEXICO
Fiachra Ó SúilleabháinUniversity College CorkIRELAND
Filomena SoaresPolytechnic of PortoPORTUGAL
Francesco GalatiUniversity of ParmaITALY
Frank BrosowUniversity of Education LudwigsburgGERMANY
Hanna-Riitta KymäläinenUniversity of HelsinkiFINLAND
Helen ReddyUniversity of NottinghamUNITED KINGDOM
Helmut WöllikCarinthia University of Applied SciencesAUSTRIA
Hiroyuki ObariAoyama Gakuin UniversityJAPAN
Iolie NicolaidouCyprus University of TechnologyCYPRUS
Jacqueline BaxterThe Open UniversityUNITED KINGDOM
James MackayWellington Institute of TechnologyNEW ZEALAND
Jaroslaw KujawskiUniversity of GdanskPOLAND
Jenny EppardZayed UniversityUNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Joanna RichardsonCity, University of LondonUNITED KINGDOM
João MonteiroISPGAYA – Instituto Superior Politécnico GayaPORTUGAL
John CraftAppalachian State UniversityUNITED STATES
Joseph AgbenyegaEmirates College for Advanced EducationUNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Judith SzerdahelyiWestern Kentucky UniversityUNITED STATES
Kari KrellMacEwan UniversityCANADA
Kay GallagherZayed UniversityUNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Jana BérešováUniversity of TrnavaSLOVAKIA
Jane DaviesUniversity of NottinghamMALAYSIA
Kathleen O’SullivanUniversity College CorkIRELAND
Kari KrellMacEwan UniversityCANADA
Kay GallagherZayed UniversityUNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Laila Nordstrand BergWestern Norway University of Applied SciencesNORWAY
Laurie HenrySalisbury UniversityUNITED STATES
Luis RoseiroInstituto Superior de Engenharia de CoimbraPORTUGAL
Luke RaesideTechnological University DublinIRELAND
Laura ZizkaEcole Hôtelière de Lausanne / HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western SwitzerlandSWITZERLAND
Leonor Silva de MattosUniversity of HertfordshireUNITED KINGDOM
Louise RobsonUniversity of SheffieldUNITED KINGDOM
Manuel GericotaPolytechnic of PortoPORTUGAL
Maria RudnevaRUDN University (Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia)RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Martha Leal-GonzalezInstitute of Innovation and Technology Transfer of Nuevo LeonMEXICO
Matome MashiapataUniversity of South AfricaSOUTH AFRICA
Mayaugust FinkenbergStevenson UniversityUNITED STATES
Mike HillisCalifornia Lutheran UniversityUNITED STATES
Murali VenkateshSyracuse UniversityUNITED STATES
Maria Luisa SpreaficoPolitecnico di TorinoITALY
Maria Susy RogersThe University of South WalesUNITED KINGDOM
Marion MiltonUnviersity of Notre DameAUSTRALIA
Martina BodeUniversity of Illinois at ChicagoUNITED STATES
Michelle FloodRoyal College of SurgeonsIRELAND
Monika JakubiakMaria Curie-Sklodowska UniversityPOLAND
Nathalie WessselingAmsterdam University of Applied SciencesNETHERLANDS
Orlando BeloUniversidade do MinhoPORTUGAL
Paul FennUniversity of SheffieldUNITED KINGDOM
Paul HollandSwansea UniversityUNITED KINGDOM
Paul HunterIMD, International Institute for Management DevelopmentSWITZERLAND
Peter GaborUniversity of CalgaryCANADA
Peter HaberSalzburg University of Applied SciencesAUSTRIA
Pia PalotieValmennuskeskus PublicFINLAND
Pirkko PollariJAMK University of Applied SciencesFINLAND
Polona GradišekUniversity of LjubljanaSLOVENIA
Richard SpencerMiddlesbrough CollegeUNITED KINGDOM
Rosa Cendros AraujoWestern UniversityCANADA
Salman AzharAuburn UniversityUNITED STATES
Rebecca AllenUniversity of CincinnatiUNITED STATES
Sean LancastleUniversity of BristolUNITED KINGDOM
Sérgio Luis Monteiro da SilvaCNA – Cultural Norte AmericanoBRAZIL
Sinéad McCotterUniversity of YorkUNITED KINGDOM
Sylvia DempseyCork Institute of TechnologyIRELAND
Siobhan O’SullivanKhalifa University in Medical EducationUNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Suzy ConnorKyushu UniversityJAPAN
Teemu PatalaContext Learning Finland OyFINLAND
Teresa CardosoUniversidade Aberta, LE@DPORTUGAL
Taija VotkinAalto UniversityFINLAND
Taketoshi YokemuraShibaura Institute of TechnologyJAPAN
Tammy LadwigUniversity of Wisconsin Fox ValleyUNITED STATES
Thomas LaveryThe Royal Academy of EngineeringUNITED KINGDOM
Thomas RachfallHochschule MerseburgGERMANY
Tunde SzecsiFlorida Gulf Coast UniversityUNITED STATES
Victor FesterUniversity of WaikatoNEW ZEALAND
Victoria BrennanLiverpool John Moores UniversityUNITED KINGDOM
Victoria KompanetsLappeenranta University of TechnologyFINLAND
Wayne BaileyThe University of HuddersfieldUNITED KINGDOM
Wendy GortonEdTechTeamUNITED STATES



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