The open source is a public programming code that anyone can modify and share freely. It can refer to a programme, an application, or a software.
D@YW project – as purported by the 2018 Digital Action Plan- directly targets young people (aged 16-22 yrs.
The project focuses on:
DEVELOPING AN ADULTS’ TRAINING COURSE FOR PEOPLE SPECIALIZED IN “DIVERSELY CODING” PEOPLE WITH HEARING DISABILITY.
The tourism sector is witnessing a constant change in its strategies and in the way it works.
Foster, mUltiply and connecT adUlt Edcation – FUTURE is a project for the exchange of good practices that aims to create a favorable environment in the field of adult education, in or
The Internet of things or the IoT, refers to the interconnection between devices, the information they send and receive to one another, like a conversation.
The FREE TO CODE project aims to define digital skills and computer programming as a means of human development that can help adult European prisoners to re-enter society with a resale expe
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
The 17 of January 2018, the European Commission has launched the Digital Education Action Plan in order to improve key competences and digital skills of European citizens.
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