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eTwinning Weeks kick off under the theme of Digital Citizenship

This year’s eTwinning Weeks take place from 10 to 27 October and focus on ‘digital citizenship’ – how eTwinning can develop Europe’s next generation of active citizens.

During the campaign all members of the community are encouraged to find partners, set up projects around the theme of 'Digital Citizenship' and share their experience on social media using the hashtag #eTwCitizen16.

eTwinning Weeks campaign will support participants with a number of activities:

•    Competition: all projects created as part of the digital citizenship campaign will enter into a competition. The founders of the winning project, to be announced on Thursday 17 November, will participate in a Future Classroom Lab course!
•    We will host an introductory online seminar on Monday 10 October 6pm CET. 
•    Two ‘project ideas fairs’ will take place on Thursday 13 October for primary school teachers, and on Wednesday 19 October for secondary school teachers. Participants will describe in only one minute their project ideas so that other colleagues may join in on their projects!
•    We will be live streaming the keynote presentation of Emma Mulqueeny on Thursday 27 October, 16:45 CET – follow the stream here (refresh the link at the appointed time). 

To find out more details join eTwinning Live today and take part in #eTwCitizen16!