At a glance

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    Course Location

    Dublin | Athlone

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    Course Dates and Prices

    Please check YL and YA Erasmus+ calendar

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    1 week course but can be combined with other courses

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    Arrival days

    Saturdays & Sundays

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    Class Size

    15 max

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    Student Age

    12 to 16 years old

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    Individuals and Groups

    School groups must be accompanied by a Group Leader. Individuals from 18+ accepted to YA only

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    Entry Requirements

    Minimum level of English: A2 Pre-intermediate

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    Cultural Activities

    2 cultural activities per week
    Integration with other Erasmus+ participants or local students (additional cost)

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    Full board Host family (2/3 students per family)

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    Public transport (if required) and airport transfers included in Erasmus+ package price

Digital European Citizenship – Our Digital Footprint

The aim of this project is for students to explore the technological transformation of the world they live in. They learn about the extent of their digital footprint and its consequences from building an online reputation, to spotting scams and protecting their intellectual property.


Participating positively in our digitally connected society is about everything from students identifying accurate information on what is happening around us, to purchasing a product and managing money, and to sharing creative ideas and collaborating with people we have never met in person. They express their understanding by creating an online campaign to raise awareness of one of these issues involved to people of their age across Europe.

Learner Profile

Young Learners from age 12 to 16 who have an interest in exploring the technological transformation of the world in which they live, how it impacts on their lives, and the society around them on a local and European level and how they can make a positive contribution.

Learner Outcomes

By the end of this course students will have

  • explored the consequence of bad digital citizenship and explored how to avoid it in their own lives
  • identified an aspect of the topic that they think it is important to tell their peers about
  • collaborated using digital tools to create an online awareness campaign
  • shown an understanding of responsible digital citizenship can have a positive impact on their daily lives and on those of their peers throughout Europe

Sample Timetable – Digital European Citizenship – Our Digital Footprint

Samples of Cultural Trips


  • Guided Walking Tour of Dublin
  • Collins Barracks Museum
  • St. Stephen’s Green and Shopping on Grafton Street
  • Selfie Scavenger Hunt


  • Guided Walking Tour of Athlone
  • Athlone Luan Gallery
  • Selfie Scavenger Hunt
  • Irish Music and Dance Workshop

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