TEAC16: Digital skills for future work

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TEAC16: Digital skills for future work

When: October 6, 2016 to October 8, 2016
Country: Belgium
Venue: Hotel NH Gent Belfort
City/Town: Ghent
Website: https://teannualconference.in…
Event type: conference
Organized by: Telecentre Europe and Digipolis Ghent
Latest activity: Dec 23, 2016

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Event Description

TEAC (Telecentre Europe Annual Conference) is the annual meeting point for all non-profit and non-governmental organisations interested in digital empowerment through digital skills and technology.

This year the event forms part of the I-LINC project on future employability skills for young people and will be hosted by Belgian member Digipolis Ghent at the NH Gent Belfort Hotel in Ghent. Central theme for the conference will be “Digital skills for future work”. 

Day 1 (Thursday 6th October) will be focused on policy and practice around digital skills for future technologies and modes of employment. Delegates will then consider the future needs of citizens and plan for interventions that will support them. Day 2 (Friday, 7th October) will provide further in-depth discussion on future skills for learning and recruitment, how industry and government can help organisations to adapt, with some practical ‘how to’ sessions. It will also provide a forum to discover the learning from specific transferable projects of the member organisations.

The culmination of the conference on Friday evening will be the Telecentre Europe Awards 2016 ceremony to recognise the best individuals and organisations in digital inclusion across Europe.

Delegates will also be able to preview the Ghent Digital Interactive Fair on Saturday 8th October.

TEAC16_Agenda.pdf

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Check the conference website for more information: https://teannualconference.info/

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Comment by Ekaterina Clifford on December 23, 2016 at 11:19
Comment by Ekaterina Clifford on November 8, 2016 at 11:53

Available keynote presentations:

  1. Alexander De Croo – Belgium Deputy Prime Minister & Minister for Digital Agenda (presentation)
  2. Eva Pascoe – CyberSalon Director, The Retail Practice Partner & UK Government Advisor (presentation)
  3. Jason Blackstock – Head of Department, Senior Lecturer in Science and Global Affairs, University College London (presentation)
  4. André Richier – Unit for Key Enabling Technologies, Digital Manufacturing and Interoperability, DG for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs, European Commission (presentation)
Comment by Ekaterina Clifford on November 8, 2016 at 11:51

Notes from Unconference sessions:

  1. Digital skills for SMEs – Mara Jakobsone (presentation)
  2. How to open data – analysis and visualizations – Besjana Hysa (notes/recommendations, presentation)
  3. Working towards DigiComp derivative framework for youth worker – Claudia Iormetti
  4. I-LINC Talk with youth on closing the digital skills gap for employability and entrepreneurship – Karen Triquet and Gašper Andrejc, I-LINC young digital changemakers (reflections from the session)
Comment by Ekaterina Clifford on November 8, 2016 at 11:49

Links to How-to workshops notes, recommendations, presentations:

  1. How to run an ‘Hour of Code’? – Žarko Čižmar, Telecentar; Yakov Ostanin, PH International (notes/recommendations, action plan worksheet, presentation)
  2. How to run a hackathon –Besjana Hysa, Albanian Institute of Science (notes/recommentations, presentation)
  3. How to run a crowdfunding campaign – Frederik Lamote, Growfunding.be (presentation)
  4. How to run a digital storytelling service for migrants/ refugees – Veronique De Leener-Maks, MAKS vzw; Stefano Kluzer, ERVET S.p.A. (workshop materials)
  5. How to run a 3D printing service – Deepak Mehta, 3Dee NV (workshop notes)
  6. How to run an interactive Online Safety Campaign – Rita Šukytė, Langas i Ateiti (workshop materials with an event plan)
  7. How to enable teachers to become digital leaders – Mara Jakobsone, LIKTA; Gerhard Seiler, 21st Century Competence Center
Comment by Ekaterina Clifford on October 22, 2016 at 13:53
Comment by Ekaterina Clifford on October 22, 2016 at 13:52
Comment by Ekaterina Clifford on October 12, 2016 at 22:09

Conference wrap-up by Gabriela Ruseva: #TEAC16 - The best Annual Conference so far!

Comment by Ekaterina Clifford on October 12, 2016 at 22:06
Comment by Ekaterina Clifford on September 16, 2016 at 14:03

We have a lineup of amazing speakers this year! Check them out https://teannualconference.info/speakers/

Comment by Ekaterina Clifford on August 19, 2016 at 10:51

Get to know the host organization for #TEAC16 - Digipolis Ghent and learn how they support digital inclusion in this post

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