DAISSy Research group participates in two VERY important workshops during the ICT2018

all-digital_logo_gradientDAISSy researchers participate in two VERY important workshops organized by ALL DIGITAL during the ICT2018:

1. Assessing the impact of extracurricular digital creativity activities

The event will bring together stakeholders to discuss how to collect and make available open data (quantitative & qualitative) on digital creativity activities and how to assess the impact of these activities on young people’s participation in the digital economy and society (acquisition of STEM skills, digital & 21st century skills, school performance, skills retention, innovation capacities, career, etc.).

The main aim is to create a consortium of interested stakeholders and develop a proposal for a research project on the development of a framework to serve as guidance to organisations in assessing the impact of their activities.

The event will take place on 05/12/2018 (10:00-10:45) in Room 1.61-1.62. Read more about the event here!

2. Towards a European certification framework of digital skills

The purpose of the session is to discuss on cultural and other issues that affect Europe-wide acceptance of digital skills frameworks and propose a strategy towards the establishment of a European certification framework of digital skills. Issues to be debated include the design of a common European digital competence qualifications framework and the adoption of a common European certification process, which will enable mobility and recognition of qualifications.

With the support of the European Commission and all stakeholders involved, we would like to start an open consultation in order to develop an open Digital Competences Development and Certification System that will enable training providers to use any methodology and material that they consider best suitable to the needs of the trainees, so that the latter could successfully complete the assessment and receive certification.

The event will take place on 05/12/2018 (16:30-17:15) in Room 0.94-0.95. Read more about the event here!

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