September 2016 bis August 2018


How to transfer scientific knowledge to adults in disadvantaged/at-risk situations and mainly low-educated who participate in non-formal education?



  • To facilitate access to scientific knowledge to adults, especially to those in an at-risk situation, providing them with the tools that they need for their scientific literacy;
  • To facilitate tools that enable adults to understand, interpret and analyze scientific knowledge independently and autonomously.
  • To develop a ‘ScienceLit Methodology’ to transfer scientific knowledge to adults.
  • To connect European science institutions with adults at risk in order to contribute in setting science closer to society.
  • To develop key competences (literacy, numeracy) by participating in successful educational actions such as ‘Scientific Gatherings’


  • Methodology on Scientific Literacy for adult education
  • Interactive Guide on Scientific Literacy for adult education
  • Training course on Scientific Literacy for adult education



  • Anderson, Maripaz (Projektkoordination)

Beteiligte Personen

Beteiligte Institutionen



October 2016

  • Kick-off meeting of the project in Barcelona (Spain) at AGORA (first transnational meeting)

January 2017

July 2017

January 2018

March 2018

May 2018

June 2018

August 2018

September 2018

October 2018

Geographischer Raum, auf den sich das Projekt bezieht

Spanien, Slowenien, Griechenland, Deutschland

Zeitraum, auf den sich das Projekt bezieht

24 Monate


  • Geförderte Forschung


  • Europäische Union
  • Erasmus+


  • AGORA, Asociacion de personas participantes AGORA, Spain
  • FACEPA, Federació d'associations culturals i educatives de persones adultes, Spain
  • KMOP, Kentro merimnas oikogeneias kai paidiou, Greece
  • RIC Novo mesto, Razvojno izobrazevalni center Novo mesto, Slovenia