The first meeting of the ObLID Network is an on-line and face-to-face space with the aim of sharing good practices in the field of literacy and digital inclusion.

The meeting will take place in, in Porto (Portugal) and in Bilbao (Basque Country), on 18 October 2016 and, simultaneously, will run on-line until the 24th of the same month, for the presentation and discussion of accepted papers.


To access the Meeting Program

Access the face-to-face meeting record: 1st part and 2nd part

The meeting will be broadcast live streaming on october 18th. To assist: live 

To attend and participate in the on-line meeting through the moodle platform (from 18 to 24 October), you should click: moodle platform 


Registration without Paper (UNTIL OCTOBER 17).

Please, fill the Registration Form here: Registration Form.


Submissions (UNTIL OCTOBER 3)

   Face-to-face meeting in Porto:
 Portugal Telecom
 Rua Tenente Valadim, 431. 4100 Porto
 Face-to-face meeting in Bilbao:
 University of Deusto
 Avda. de las Universidades, 24.  48007, Bilbao

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