The European Commission has published DigComp 2.2, incorporating key new areas such as AI, the internet of things, and teleworking.
March and April saw a focus on digital skills during All Digital Weeks, a series of events organized or coordinated by All Digital, an organization representing digital competence centres.
The European Commission has launched a new expert group with the mission to tackle disinformation and promote digital literacy.
The European Union will hold its fourth European education summit online on 9 December this year.
A new research report commissioned by the European Parliament’s Culture committee has investigated the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on programmes for education and young people in Europe. Among the points highlighted in the report is the challenge that the sudden switch to digital learning posed for teachers and students.
The European Commission is launching a new ‘Digital Skills and Jobs Platform’ to serve as a central home for the EU’s digital skills initiatives.
The European Commission launched its vision for the digital transformation of Europe on 9 May 2021. Digital skills feature significantly as one of four focus areas.
A new study from Cedefop has found that there is an increased demand for digital skills across the workforce because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Building essential digital skills is a key part of the EU’s new Digital Education Action plan, announced by the European Commission earlier this month. The plan sets out the European Commission’s vision for better digital education for the period, 2021 to 2027.