The participants of the project will be able to take an active part in the exchange of European experience. They will acquire additional skills and knowledge that will increase their chances on the worldwide communication. They will meet new schools of information technology and institutions that train/teach senior people under danger of social exclusion. They will also recognize the possibilities and the level of wide application of IT in the activating process of people from regions under danger of digital exclusion. That can be regarded as an important, additional value of the project.
The organizations and institutions participating in the project will have the chance of establishing long life contacts and will have the possibility of initiating firm and organized forms of European cooperation in the area of teaching supported by IT and teaching IT.
The most significant part of the project though will be the introduction of ICT technologies and its use to people that have so far being computer-phobic and the freedom of access ICT can provide to senior citizens in an ageing Europe. Particularly when the primary targets of Lisbon have been emphasizing (and a major part of EU funding is targeting) systems for e-governance, e-voting and generally a new identity of an e-citizen training the new e-citizens is imperative.