Digital Youth Worker The project DIGITAL YOUTH WORKER: “Open education and innovative practices for the capacity building of Youth Workers in …Read More
Student Computer Art Society (SCAS), Bulgaria, Студентско общество за компютърно изкуство (СОКИ), is a national non-profit and non-governmental organization established in 1992. Being one of the pioneers in digital arts, SCAS has focused on using modern media in the learning.
SCAS has created one of the first youth information networks in the 90’s and has implemented a number of projects in the areas of digital media and learning, youth career development and others.
SCAS has two departments: Resource Center for Career Consulting and Professional Development and Center for the Development of Computer Technologies and Arts. More about our activities could be seen briefly below and in more details via the respective menus above.
Educational and training materials
Trainings and festivals
Some of our projects
SCAS has more than 120 projects implemented up to now with the support of Leonardo da Vinci Programme, “Youth” Programme, “PHARE” Programme, “Culture 2000” Programme, Council of Europe, European Cultural Foundation, European Youth Foundation, etc. Here are some of the most recent ones:
Some of our products
SCAS has created one of the first youth information networks in Bulgaria and promoted usage of modern media in education and training since 1991, successfuly implemented a number of projects in the field. Here are some of our most recent products:
New Tendencies in Career Guidance Seminar On 27.06.2019 SCAS will organise the third edition of the seminar "New tendencies in career guidance" where experts in the field will share their knowledge and experience. The event is a good platform for debate and exchange of modern practices in the field of career …Read More
Computer Space 2020 Computer Space is a non-commercial international computer art forum. With every passing year the forum becomes more and more popular. With twenty nine editions in a row behind its back and more than 20 000 participants (firms, studios or individual persons) from different countries from all over the world, …Read More
We are near the end of Inclusive Digital Video Training in Youth Work (InDVT) project, inclusivevideo.org.The project includes the following main results:• Developing inclusive digital video methodology (training materials how to use digital video for inclusive purposes) and developing Learning Management System (LMS) with training materials and inclusive digital video …Read More