Skillage is an online software application that helps young people to understand the more sophisticated ICT skills needed for the job market.
Developed by Telecentre-Europe with the support of Microsoft, this youth assessment tool is now available as a Beta online and will be promoted via social media channels.
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and now Zdenek and Czech! thats 15 languages in 19 European countries!
Ian, thank you for working on the country and language amendment. I hope my country Kenya and English language is inclusive. Great!
... and big thanks to Angel who is translating into Bulgarian. That's 14 languages and counting!
I have fixed the typo in English, and will ask all of the other translators to check their versions!
I confirm the bug I detected has been fixed.
Just one more: there's a typo passing the test in spanish on the question about the disk sizes: terrabyte instead of terabyte.
Hello again all.
I can now confirm that by THIS THURSDAY (22nd March) two new features will be live.
1) IP Address country auto detection. The site will detect what country the visitor is from and will instantly load the correct language set(if available), otherwise default to English. The user will then still be able to change language.
2) Country and Language will be amended, so that someone in (e.g.) Lithuania will be able to take the test in whatever languages are requested, and it will still record to Lithuania.
3) I'm also pleased to be able to add Croatian to the list of languages below(some of which are still in development, and do not appear in full yet)
Hi Ian, I kindly ask to introduce English (Lithuania) instead of Lithuanian (Lithuania). Now it is confusing. Thanks
please also see some suggested text that you can use with partners (and stakeholders or networks) telling them about Skillage, and some text to use to promote Skillage to young people.
[TEXT FOR USE WITH PARTNERS, STAKEHOLDERS , NETWORKS]
Skillage (www.skillage.eu) is an online software application that helps young people to understand the ICT skills needed for the job market. Developed by Telecentre-Europe with the support of Microsoft, this youth assessment tool is now available as a Beta online and will be promoted via social media channels. It is being translated into a number of European languages. Skillage will be used during Get online week 2012 (www.getonlineweek.eu), a week-long campaign to get people online across Europe, which begins on March 26-30. The Skillage test is also available on Facebook (apps.facebook.com/skillagetest).
[TEXT FOR USE WITH END USERS, YOUNG PEOPLE]
Skillage (www.skillage.eu) is a cool new online app that helps you to understand the ICT skills you need for the job market. How much do you really know about social media or productivity programmes and the workplace? Find out if you think you know more than you do, and where to go for help. Skillage is also available on Facebook (apps.facebook.com/skillagetest) where you can share your results with your friends. Test yourself and see if you are ready to get hired!
Hi Eleni, Greek is coming! hopefully by early next week!
I did it, its very good, but it;s not yet in Greek
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