As part of the project, Dlearn launched two surveys to investigate European citizens’ awareness of their online actions and to investigate the digital skills gap that is becoming a crucial challenge in the labour market.
The questionnaires are available online in the 24 languages of the European Union so that everyone can contribute to the development of these two surveys.
- Research on digital skills and jobs which aims to gather information and key data on general knowledge and awareness of European citizens with regard to their online behaviour, i.e. all the information and data they more or less consciously disclose online and which leave those famous ‘traces’ we call digital footprints. This survey is open to all and can be answered at the following link.
- Research on Digital Footprint which aims to investigate the specific digital skills required by employers in the rapidly changing labour markets and society.This survey is addressed in particular to entrepreneurs, company managers and human resources managers and can be answered at the following link.
Research data will be compiled in two Reports, which will help support the development of initiatives by all sectors of education and be ready to respond effectively to current and future challenges with a focus on the demand for e-skills.
You can access the research reports by following this link: