The third LTT event within the DIGIPSYRES Erasmus+ project, titled “Implementation of the Guide for Digital and Psychological Resilience Support Networking,” took place from May 15th to 17th, 2023, at Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz, Poland.
During the first day of the LTT activity, the teams discussed various perspectives on the implementation of the DIGIPSYRES Guide. Dr. Aleksandra Błachnio, Dr. Kamila Litwic-Kaminska, and Dr. Darko Hinić presented the project’s dissemination results. Additionally, Jakub Kopowski showcased a digitalized tool that will be further developed and integrated into the DIGIPSYRES project platform. Dr. Ivana Krsmanovic and Dr. Dragana Bjekić provided updates on the Guide’s progress and redistributed tasks for future project stages.
On the second day of the event, the teams benefited from the valuable contributions of Kazimierz Wielki University students through informative and enjoyable workshops led by Dr. Izabela Kapsa and Dr. Łukasz Brzeziński. These Polish students helped the project teams better understand the concept of digital and psychological resilience from their perspective, sharing their insights. The knowledge gained from these workshops will be used to improve user experiences, develop new features and tools, and strengthen the overall well-being of the DIGIPSYRES community.
The third day of the event featured a presentation of the training program framework and scenarios for three subprograms aimed at enhancing digital and psychological resilience among higher education students. Participants had the opportunity to provide feedback and actively engage in the upcoming programs. Dr. Marjan Milošević, Dr. Kamila Litwic-Kaminska, and Dr. Ivana Krsmanović presented the framework for the upcoming subprograms A, B, and C. Online participants, Dr. Mirjana Beara, Dr. Biljana Đorić, and Piergiorgio Guarini also provided valuable comments and remarks. Finally, short-term and long-term tasks were delegated among the partners, with a focus on ensuring the effective implementation of the training programs.
The Transnational Workshop on the Implementation of the Guide for Digital and Psychological Resilience, which used a hybrid method, concluded successfully in Bydgoszcz with a consortium managerial meeting. As this LTT in Poland was finalized, the participants expressed their gratitude to the Polish partners for organizing such an informative and engaging event. They acknowledged that the knowledge gained from the workshop would be invaluable for the further development of the DIGIPSYRES project. It is important to highlight the crucial role played by Kazimierz Wielki University students in facilitating the activities and bringing their unique perspectives and experiences to the table.