The final Multiplier Event for It’s You is coming on December 5th!
Its theme will be: SPACES FOR INTERCULTURAL CITIZENSHIP: Tools, Experiences, Opportunities for a new integration Presentation and simulation of IT’S YOU products.
The European Commission has this week released its guidelines for educators on promoting digital skills and tackling disinformation for use in primary and secondary schools across the EU.
The skills required for success in the new economy were already changing. Now, COVID has sped up these changes dramatically.
As researchers warn of a growing “digital skills gap” that threatens to hold back innovation…
At a time when the need for mutual understanding in Europe has never been so great, a pioneering digital news service – ‘A European Perspective’ – is stepping up its efforts to offer citizens multilingual coverage of major stories by drawing on content produced by 12 public service newsrooms.
Over half of people in the European Union had at least basic digital skills in 2021, new data shows.
Industry stakeholders say that a greater emphasis on digital education will be crucial to closing both the skills and gender gap in the digital sector, calling for more attention to boost capacity.
On the International Day of Education – January 24, the European Commission and High Representative/Vice-President Josep Borrell issued a statement, recalling the importance of education as a fundamental right and foundation of resilient, peaceful, and sustainable societies.
According to a special Eurobarometer survey conducted in September and October 2021, an overwhelming majority of EU citizens think that the Internet and digital tools will play an important role in the future. Moreover, a large majority finds it useful for the European Union to define and promote European rights and principles to ensure a successful digital transformation.