Meet & Code Webinars 2020

Meet & Code Webinars 2020 150 150 Enabling Website e-Νable Greece

The Meet & Code program is organized by Impact Hub Athens in collaboration with TechSoup Europe and invites non-profit organizations to design and implement online events / actions to enhance digital skills in children & young people! The aim of Meet and Code is for young European citizens to acquire, through active monitoring, the digital skills and foundations they need to build their future in modern society. We implemented 3 webinars for the age groups of Elementary, High School and young people up to 24 years old.

Solidarity Project “3D Vision” Training

Solidarity Project “3D Vision” Training 1067 800 Enabling Website e-Νable Greece

The Solidarity Project “3D Vision” (European Solidarity Corps) included the training of 7 young people, in 3D printing technology and its applications, by an experienced Coach. The ultimate goal of education is the design and construction of educational aids and toys for students with visual impairment. The training consisted of two parts: the theory which was conducted through webinars and hands on experience with. Through this process, young people apart from hard skills they will develop soft skills (collaboration, communication, empathy) too. Finally and more important they will develop the sense of solidarity for vulnerable groups in their community.

3D Printing Webinar

3D Printing Webinar 150 150 Enabling Website e-Νable Greece


In the days of quarantine due to the pandemic, our team offered a Webinar through the Social Dynamo platform on the concept of 3D Printing technology and ways to apply it in everyday life.

The aim of the seminar was to help the participants, who were mainly members of organizations working with people with disabilities, to learn how to create assistive devices for their beneficiaries. Devices that could satisfy a specific need and facilitate their daily lives.

The seminar analyzed 3D printing technology, the different techniques applied and the differences between home printers and industrial type regarding the results produced. In addition, the printing materials, the applications in the various areas of everyday life and the basic parts of a home printer were analyzed. Finally, time was given for discussion, where each participant was able to analyze his expectations from the technology and present his own idea on how a disabled person could benefit from a custom made auxiliary device. Participants were offered in the Social Dynamo e-Learning platform a related video with simple 3D object design instructions so that they could experiment on their ideas and of course we undertook the improvement and printing of any devices designed.

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