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Category Archives: Digital learning

e-Skills in Europe

The importance of e-Skills for Europe is widely acknowledged. Shortages and mismatches in e-skills, and the resulting digital divide negatively affect growth, competitiveness, innovation, employment and social cohesion in Europe. As new technologies develop rapidly, the skills required to use them become increasingly sophisticated and need to be constantly updated. Individuals with creativity, innovation and higher-level conceptual skills are increasingly in demand. Read the European Commission dedicated page and read the Working Paper on Trends and […]


Bridging the digital divide in the EU

The digital divide has been substantially reduced over the last decade in Europe, but the gap remains far from closed: according to the 2015 European Commission’s Digital Agenda Scoreboard, two related targets have already been met (all EU households can access basic broadband and 75% of all Europeans are regular internet users). However, there is a danger that targets related to fast and ultra-fast speed broadband will be missed, especially in rural areas. Furthermore, important challenges on internet use remain, […]


Teaching and learning in the digital era

Institutional news – October 12, 2015
The digital revolution is transforming our work, our organisations and our routines. It is transforming the way children and young people play, access information, communicate with each other and learn. But, so far, this revolution has not transformed most schools or most teaching and learning process in classrooms. Read the findings of the workshop held within the European Parliament.


Producing Open Online Learning System3: the POOLS- 3 Project

2 years ago EfVET was invited to take part in POOLS 3 project. From the very beginning they believed the project could be a real success because of the experience of the partners, the good communication and positive attitude that were felt in that meeting and in the ones that were held later, the innovation and quality of the products. The process of the project application development suggested how an effective, straightforward and rewarding cooperation it would be, based on a real ‘transfer […]