Cyber security refers to
the body of technologies, processes, and practices designed to protect
networks, devices, programs, and data from attack, damage, or unauthorized
On January 24th several stakeholders and policymakers in the field of education and training, including Dlearn, have met in Brussels to discuss the key issues that education and training wil
In a increasingly digitalised world the recognition of digital skills is crucial to identify professional profiles and improve job-skills matching (see also our article).
Last 15th of January, Gianluca Coppola with contribution of Aris Chronopoulos from IDEC, organised a very productive workshop with the friendly support of Lifelong Learning Platform.
The DIS-CODE project is coming to an end, and after two years of collaboration between teachers, students and organizations on European level, the policy recommendations are available for po
Digital skills, such as language skills, are considered horizontal skills. They do not lead to a specific qualification and occupation.
The boom of the Internet has pervaded every aspect of our daily life.
DIGIT project partners are ready to present their “20 tips for learners”, a one-page document introducing the concept of digital footprint (the record or trail left by one’s online a
October 2018 is the European Cybersecurity month!
Cyber security is something that reminds us about CIA, spies and Cyber war, but in fact is something that everybody should be responsible an