The digital revolution is having a strong impact on the way in which cultural contents are produced and accessed, as well as on the way in which the public interacts with culture, increasing the importance of making the territorial cultural system recognisable and appealing. The Digital Womanist project partnership aims to develop a new Curriculum to develop digital hard skills in female humanistic students starting from a qualitative and quantitative DESK and FIELD survey of the HE curricula offer system. It will:
• analyse the training offer of the humanities faculties, highlighting strengths/areas for improvement to equip students with the aforementioned skills
• talk to representatives of cultural organizations to detect the need for skills of digital transformation processes and guide the response of university systems
• talk to female students to identify the main obstacles to be removed/contained to reduce the digital gender divide.
It will then co-design the "Digital Womanist" University Curriculum to develop digital hard skills in female humanistic students and create Open Educational Resources in the form of interactive training video pills that will be part of the
"DIGIT" Educational TV Programme, for the digital upskilling of women.
Students involved will conduct an as is - to be analysis at the companies involved by the partnership to implement the most suitable digital solutions for the digital transition of their offer system, which will be prototyped in the Digital Solutions Design Labs and introduced in the company. Finally, it will involve a group of partnership teachers to transfer and uniform the methodological approach on transformational Team coaching to conduct the Labs and, thus, accompany the personal and professional evolution of female students.