Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Digital Youth Work

E-learning / 15 November 2020 – 31 May 2021 | Lithuania

This course is open for anyone in the world, but mainly focused on youth workers from Europe willing to learn about digital youth work.

How to join the course?

Click on the enrolment link . Then enter your email, click if you are a new user of existing ‘Canvas Free for Teachers’ user, register and access the course. There will be no selection, just click on the link to enrol to the course now!

At the moment you can introduce yourself and fill-in the welcome survey. The first module will be available from the 16th October.

Course objectives:

  • To provide knowledge about digital youth work in Europe
  • To support the development of digital youth work by providing good practice examples and practical tools
  • To support sharing of good practices of digital youth work
  • To connect organisations and people interested in digital youth work development

The course will be launched in 2 phases. The 1st phase will take place from 16th Oct. to 20th Nov. and focus on providing knowledge, examples and tools on the following topics:

Module 1 – General introduction to digital youth work, open from 16th Oct.

Module 2 – Digitalisation of society and impact on youth work, open from 23rd Oct.

Module 3 – Planning and designing digital youth work, open from 30th Oct.

Module 4 – Information, data and media literacy in youth work, open from 6th Nov.


Everyone completing the course will receive open digital badges for each module and a Youthpass certificate for completing all the course content.


This MOOC is coordinated by the Lithuanian National Agency of Erasmus+ in the field of Youth. The content is developed by the team of facilitators: Nerijus Kriauciunas and Laimonas Ragauskas from the NGO Nectarus in cooperation with Verke – national Centre of Expertise for Digital Youth Work in Finland and external experts Adina Marina Șerban and Evaldas Rupkus.

The course is co-funded by the Erasmus+ National Agencies from Austria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, and Portugal.

Reasons to take part in the course

Perhaps the most comprehensive course on essentials of digital youth work in Europe

Easy learning through videos, practical tools, examples and discussions

It’s free, open and flexible course for any kind of learner.

More information at: SALTO