The Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes promote the use of information and communication technology in teaching and learning and support the learning of digital skills.
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The Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes support the planning and development of digital competence, the development of the digital skills of teachers and staff, digital literacy, high-quality education contents, user-friendly tools and secure platforms. The aim is to engage all learners, teachers and trainers, youth workers and young people in the digital transformation. 

The programmes help to enhance cooperation on digital education in Europe, increase critical understanding of the opportunities provided by digital technology and promote active citizenship. 

The opportunities provided by digitalisation are used increasingly in international cooperation. Online learning supplements physical mobility and the periods abroad, and information and communication technology is increasingly used in cooperation between project partners. Increasing virtual cooperation is considered important in terms of the development of methods and learning. It also makes it possible to reach an increasingly wide target group both in the European Union and outside it.