The “Eu Made 4ll” (“European multimodal and digital education for language learning”) is a European research project, funded by Erasmus + programme.
It aims at integrating digital literacy and proficiency in English for international communication, essential requirements for graduates’access to today’s European labor market and often held separate in higher education curricula.
It aims at designing courses that integrate abilities for the creation and critical interpretation of multimodal digital texts in English, such as weblogs, websites, CVs, corporate and user-generated videos, and video based interactions.
Moreover, it will provide a comprehensive set of guidelines to systematically describe levels of proficiency for students and European citizens across Europe and other countries in the above mentioned areas. One of the main outcomes of our project will be the "Common Framework of Reference for Intercultural Digital Literacy (CFRIDiL)", thought as an adaptation and expansion of both the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment (CEFR) and the Digital Competence Framework for Citizens (DigComp 2.0).
The project has been launched by 6 higher education institutions (Università di Messina, Italy; University of Leeds, UK; Università di Firenze, Italy; Aarhus Universitet, Denmark; Università di Roma-Tor Vergata, Italy; LUH-Hannover, Germany), and a private sector partner (ROCCA Creative,UK)