Tag: digital skills

Digi Teachers Working Online

Digi Teachers Working Online

The Digi Teachers project helps VET teaching staff improve their digital skills and competences with a strong link to pedagogy. Teachers enhance their capacity to implement online education, support their students’ digital skills and network with European colleagues engaged in special education.

Digital skills
Data protection awareness for young people through influencer collaborations
Digital skills

Data protection awareness for young people through influencer collaborations

The My Data Secured – raising youth awareness of their EU-ratified rights project helped 14 to 21-year-olds and youth workers to keep their data secure.

Mikko Eloholma
Digital skills
Micros, macros and digital badges: skills for working life
Digital skills

Micros, macros and digital badges: skills for working life

Recognition of prior learning in Finland is being developed as part of a parliamentary reform of continuous learning. Finns have solid experience in competence-based education thanks to reforms already carried out, but the work is by no means complete.

Sanna Brauerin muotokuva
Sanna Brauer
Digital processes
Can Europe become a model continent for human-centric Internet?
Digital processes

Can Europe become a model continent for human-centric Internet?

The EU and UK are promoting a European approach for digitalisation together

Kuvassa Paula Launonen
Paula Launonen
Open badges for digital skills

Open badges for digital skills

Competitive Skills Open Badges offer a comprehensive model for recognising digital skills. The badge constellation…

Open badges for digital skills

Open badges for digital skills

Open Badges for digital skills offer a finished model for recognising digital skills. The badge…

Together on the net – hybrid teaching from a study circle approach

Together on the net – hybrid teaching from a study circle approach

Together on the net offers professional training courses on hybrid learning as a teaching method.

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.

NGOs Imparting Knowledge Economy in Rural Areas

NGOs Imparting Knowledge Economy in Rural Areas

This project investigates how third sector organisations utilise and advance digitalisation locally and regionally.

Digital processes
Information society — a familiar term with new challenges
Digital processes

Information society — a familiar term with new challenges

Alongside technological innovations, we need a strong vision on how to utilise developed technology in a manner in line with our shared values.

Hanna Niemi-Hugaerts
DigiStar  (in Finnish DigiTähti)

DigiStar (in Finnish DigiTähti)

The DigiStar project promotes the digitalisation of tourism and restaurant sector SMEs and strengthens their digital competence.

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
Competence-Based Learning in Non-Formal Adult Education

Competence-Based Learning in Non-Formal Adult Education

This training project aids the participant to understand the meaning of strategic planning in competence-based learning.

Competitive Skills

Competitive Skills

The aim of the project is to develop a nationwide open badge constellation, which enables the verification of adults’ problem solving skills in technology-rich environments.

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.