The aim of the project is to support educators and learners to apply open-access digital tools and platforms more widely and creatively for high-quality and impactful digital content creation in line with the EU Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators (DigCompEdu).

We bring together educators, life-long learners in universities and companies, and industry players to co-create agile and easy-to-use mobile learning assignments and modules that introduce a variation and meaning to online learning and build learners’ competencies in collaborative digital storytelling and social engagement.

Digital storytelling as a method combines a rich variety of digital communicative elements, which effectively reflect a need for novel digital solutions to adapt people as well as businesses, and their products to the COVID-19 era. In the project, the digital storytelling topics focus on different types of sustainable industries, peculiar to the needs of the partners’ respective regions, such as cultural heritage sites, smart city solutions, geoparks, and ecotourism.

International Symposium 2022

We cordially invite you to join the international symposium LEARN TO CHANGE - INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PARTICIPATORY PEDAGOGY.

The symposium will take place in person at the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague, 16 June 2022. Program

This meeting of scholars, researchers, and educators will offer a unique opportunity to discuss the current trends in participatory pedagogy and collaborative interdisciplinary learning and teaching.

We are inviting participants to submit papers on the following topics:

  • Participatory Pedagogy
  • Digital storytelling and sustainability pedagogies
  • Digital collaborative pedagogies for the Covid era and beyond
  • Learner-centred and participatory approaches to fostering sustainability competencies
  • Multidisciplinary co-creation networks
  • Collaborative digital storytelling for sustainable change


Registration: You can register and/or submit abstracts for a 15-minute presentation (180–200 words) including a short academic bio (80–100 words) via the following REGISTRATION FORM.

The deadline for registration (with or without a presentation) for the Learn&Change International Symposium has been extended till 25 May 2022.

The symposium is part of the Erasmus + Learn to Change - Collaborative Digital Storytelling for Sustainable Change 2020-1-FI01-KA226-HE-092760 project which covers the conference fee. For more details about the symposium, please follow the Learn to Change Symposium website.

Venue: University of Chemistry and Technology, Building A, Technická 5, Prague 6, Czech Republic.



Daniel Libertin

Performance Manager, C3 Prague

Daniel has been working in digital marketing for several years. Since joining C3 Prague, he has been involved in preparing digital marketing and communication strategies and content campaigns for the agency's clients, including Škoda Auto, Eset, Česká spořitelna, Moser or Globus. His focus lies in content marketing, brand strategy, online campaigns, as well as web analytics or SEO.

Proceedings for download


Monika Hřebačková MA
Hana Pavelková PhD

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