The I-LINC Monitor is an overview that focusses on the important policies that took place in 2016 on digital skills and jobs. The aim is to assist readers and familiarize them with the EU level policies and strategies, that are relevant to the work of stakeholders and that influence national level strategies.
Almost half (45%) of the EU population aged between 16 and 74, has insufficient digital skills,…Continue
In the framework of globalization, skills and qualification have a strong relationship with employment. Specifically, digital skills are becoming more considered as an essential skill for a person to become highly employable, as well as, a successful entrepreneur. The use of electronic devices and facilities are applied in many sectors of society and economy. Therefore, those who are well equipped and have acquired at least the basic digital skills have an…Continue
Would you like to get your students more excited about STEM education and careers using latest technologies?…Continue
Ubiquitous technologies are all around us, thanks to them services are in place but invisible. Mobile technologies enable us to use ubiquitous services “on the move”. Thanks to Internet of Things technology and thus services are present in everyday objects. Therefore, UMI technologies, as a whole, support the implementation and use of “smart” environments (closed or open, static or on the move). These are technologies that will shortly be present in many aspects…Continue