Category: Digital skills

Digital processes
Over 350 SMEs surveyed – awareness of GDPR  requirements still patchy
Digital processes

Over 350 SMEs surveyed – awareness of GDPR requirements still patchy

Our GDPR2DSM project has identified data protection needs of SMEs and the challenges they have encountered. The size of the company greatly influences perceptions of data protection requirements.

Timo Simell
Timo Simell
Digital skills
What is the role of NGOs in the digitalisation of rural areas?
Digital skills

What is the role of NGOs in the digitalisation of rural areas?

TIEKE and its partners have launched a project, NGOs Imparting Knowledge Economy in Rural Areas, to survey third sector organisations as users and promoters of digitalisation locally and regionally.

Digital skills
My Data Secured brings practical understanding of data security to young people
Digital skills

My Data Secured brings practical understanding of data security to young people

The My Data Secured project helps young people and professionals who work with them to be mindful of their personal information security.

Mikko Eloholma
Digital skills
The people’s internet is social
Digital skills

The people’s internet is social

People stare at their phones on the street, and seem not to notice one another. No wonder smart device users are branded ‘antisocial’. However, other people and a vast social scene can be found behind the screens.

Jyrki Kasvi
Jyrki Kasvi ja Mari Kröger
Digital skills
Vaikuta & vaikutu transports us to digital culture of learning
Digital skills

Vaikuta & vaikutu transports us to digital culture of learning

TIEKE’s “Vaikuta & Vaikutu” event involved building a strong and personal digital culture that promotes learning and competence management.

Hanna Vuohelainen
Hanna Vuohelainen
Digital skills
Virtual seminar: How can we improve adult basic skills in Europe?
Digital skills

Virtual seminar: How can we improve adult basic skills in Europe?

This is the question we will address during a two day virtual seminar on 18-19 May 2020, and you are all invited. Highlights of the day include a workshop about hugely successful “Elements of AI” –course.