We are living in an era in which digitization is pervasive. Anyone must be appropriately educated on the digital front both for work but also for education, for access to public services or for being adequately informed. Unfortunately, many European citizens do not have sufficient digital skills. As The Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) READ MORE >
#SaveYourInternet: join us in the mobilisation against Copyright Directive
Today, June the 12th, has been declared the #Saveyourinternet day, to bring attention on the threat contained in the Copyright Directive which will be voted by the European Parliament on 20-21 June. The campaign can be supported by Embedding the ‘Email Your MEP’ on your own website, adding the #SaveYourInternet Action Day banners to your website READ MORE >
TURIN INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF – New membership!
The European Digital Learning Network warmly welcomes the Istituto dei Sordi di Torino (Turin Institute for the Deaf), a new member in our European lineup! The origin of the Institute dates back to 1814, when the king of the noble House of Savoy established a no-profit foundation to offer basic care and services for deaf READ MORE >
What’s going on? – A step back into our current approved projects!
The European Digital Learning Network is indeed a young reality, but still its journey until today has been outstanding and full of satisfactions. The wide experiences, know-how and strong relations of the involved members – which are actively committed to strengthen the voice of the network – have allowed us to become an acknowledged and READ MORE >
DLEARN joined the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition Conference 2017
The annual Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition, held in Brussels the last 7th of November, has been a great opportunity to celebrate the achievements of the organisation throughout its first year of life, delving into the best practices promoted by the members at EU level and outlining strategic perspectives for the future. DLEARN – READ MORE >