EDUCATE Certification of Quality - for Best Practices

EDUCATE Rubric standards are used in the review of digitization and inclusivity of an adult education project. The General Standards and Specific Review Standards in the rubric are intended to guide organizations through the development, evaluation, and improvement of their project's digitization and inclusivity. The Rubric and associated annotations are based on best practices that are promoted by EDUCATE project. The Rubric is supported by a thorough review of the research literature and is updated periodically to reflect new techniques and technologies that have become available.

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Category: Digitalization: Strategy and culture

Digital tools, technologies, or platforms are integrated into the project workflow to support the project.

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Category: Digitalization: Strategy and culture

Project leverages the power of technology to enhance its operations, achieve its goals, and promote innovation and growth.

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Category: Digitalization: Strategy and culture

The use of technology to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, and quality of a project's operations and outcomes.

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Category: Digitalization: Quality Process and Development

The projected timeline for implementing the digitalization aspects of the project is measured and reported.

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Category: Digitalization: Results

Project has ability to continue operating effectively and making a positive impact over the long term.

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Category: Digitalization: Results

Project offers participants different learning sources (written course materials, Audio/Visual study sources, computer assisted learning sources etc.) and activities.

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Category: Inclusivity: Access

Project ensure accessibility for all participants, including those with disabilities or limited access to digital technology.

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Category: Inclusivity: Attitude

The project uses technology to enhance inclusivity by making information more accessible, providing remote participation options, or leveraging data analytics to understand stakeholder needs better.

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Category: Inclusivity: Choice

The success factors of the project defined and measured is in terms of its impact on diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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Category: Inclusivity: Partnerships

Project involves people from diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences to ensure that everyone's needs and viewpoints are considered.

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Category: Inclusivity: Communication

The language, imagery, and tone used in the project are inclusive and do not perpetuate harmful stereotypes or biases.

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Category: Inclusivity: Policy

Policies or guidelines are adopted to promote inclusivity throughout the project lifecycle and accessible to the interested public.

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Category: Inclusivity: Opportunity

The project has physical and digital opportunities which describe the elements of the project that will facilitate transferability.