Welcome to EDUCATE HUB!

Interactive online community platform for adult educators & adult learners for FREE

Introducing EDUCATE HUB

Check out a short overview video on the HUB’s capabilities!

Expand your skills & network!

The EDUCATE project addresses the need for a collaborative online hub aimed at organisations and educators that provide education in digital competence to adult learners to share their experience, challenges, and best working practices within a common network.

The interactive hub provide an online environment where educators of adult learners could meet, seek guidance, exchange knowledge and share ideas, concerns, and valuable information related to digital competence education, as well as other issues they find important.

Features of the hub


Browse the database of already implemented and successful good practices, get inspired, get ideas and apply them in your practice!


Join the community, set up your profile and use the online communication tools to contact other organisations or freelancer educators. Find new partners, exchange experiences and challenges, support each other in various ways.


Create events, send invites and host virtual events inside the community & expand your knowledge with the help of additional useful resources.



2nd International Conference in Thessaloniki

Our 2nd International Conference successfully unfolded in Thessaloniki last week, hosted by HIGGS.EDUCATE project aims to strengthen adult education organizations through the use of innovative practices in digital education. Participants had the opportunity

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Who we are

Members of the Erasmus+ community, Greek, Lithuanian, Latvian, Italian, Turkish and Hungarian professionals who wish to improve adult education in Europe.

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.