University of Kragujevac hosted LTT5 entitled „Digital security, digital resilience and networking – implementation for support services“

The last of 5 planned international trainings (LTT) within the Erasmus+ project “Enhancing Digital and Psychological Resilience of Students through Peer Networking in Online Environments in Crisis Situations” DigyPsyRes took place from February 26th to 28th 2024. The host of this LTT activity and project coordinator was the University of Kragujevac, most particularly teachers, students, and collaborators of the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Čačak and the joint study program in Psychology at the University of Kragujevac.

Under the title “Digital Security, Digital Resilience, and Networking – Implementation of Support Systems,” this international training program entailed a series of workshops conducted collaboratively by the University of Kragujevac, Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz from Poland, and the University of Foggia from Italy. These workshops aimed to review the achieved results following the successful implementation of pilot training and their evaluation. On the first day of the training, a presentation was held on the key roles of the IT center in ensuring digital security within the university network, as well as discussions on possibilities for portal enhancement and further steps in the process of optimizing the pilot program for their optimal application in the university context.

The day was concluded with an Info session led by lecturers from Serbia and Italy for students in the Psychology study program UNIKG, contributing further to raising awareness of the importance of psychological and digital resilience in the academic environment and the support opportunities provided by the DigiPsyRes university network. On the second and third days of this training, activities were carried out focusing on improvement aspects, supervision, and sustainability of the support network, as well as the implementation of national training programs.

The project is entering its final, third year of implementation.

 

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