Télécom Saint-Etienne is a player in the European Digital Creativity for Digital Maturity (DC4DM) project

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What is the DC4DM project about?

DC4DM Digital Creativity for developing Digital Maturity future skills ” is an innovative three-year project (running from1 September 2020 to 31 August 2023), financed by the ERASMUS+ programme and in which our school, Télécom Saint-Etienne, is participating

This project consists of“implementing, applying and disseminating a human-centred educational model to develop and strengthen digital creative capacities in order to strategically stimulate the application of future emerging digital technologies” in various fields

What are its objectives?

The DC4DM project includes multiple creative and educational activities with professors and students from higher education in design, engineering and business studies, technology start-ups and SMEs,… These activities address three main objectives

  • To create and implement a human-centred design model to facilitate and guide the evolving digital transformation process through the improvement of creative skills.
  • Todevelop learners capable of managing the digital transition and helping companies to achieve digital maturity.
  • Deploy all the creative and strategic skills that each individual should develop to adopt digital technologies wisely.

Who are the project leaders?

The project leaders are designer-teachers from five European institutions with various expertise and skills in the fields of design, computer science, engineering, business management and entrepreneurship, including :

DC4DM events

Last September, 3 members of Télécom Saint-Etienne went to Milan to take part in the European School of Engineering workshop “Digital Maturity Day“. They were able to attend various debates and interviews with experts (psychologists, anthropologists, sociologists, industrialists, users) on the subject of digital transformation

To be continued : In 2022, in collaboration with the Ecole des Mines Saint-Etienne, our school will host a new workshop, on French territory

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