The smart city is a new concept, a new way of life to develop the urbanism. It refers to the use of new technologies and ICT in cities to increase the quality of life of citizens. It also focuses on the ecosystems to make the cities less polluting, greener! The European Commission is defining the READ MORE >
Digital Gender Gap
“Getting more women into ICT careers would be a force for change and a major boost for this key economic sector in Europe“, said Viviane Reding, EU Commissioner for Information Society and Media, during the 2007 International Women’s Day in Brussels, and this means that it is quite concerning how, after 10 years, we are READ MORE >
New internship opportunities for young digital learners
Information and Communication Technology affects today every aspect of our relationship with the outside world, from leisure and social interaction to employment and professional requirements. As a consequence, the need for digital skills and proper ICT competences is steadily rising, in line with the most recent technological advancements and their pervasive social diffusion. Digital READ MORE >
Who really knows what E-LEARNING is and where is it from?
Quite simply, E-LEARNING stands for “electronic learning”, namely using a digital device to teach, train and learn. Literally, according to The Economic Times, E-LEARNING is «a learning system based on formalised teaching but with the help of electronic resources». On the basis of this, it would seem E-LEARNING is something really new and novel…but it READ MORE >
Are we Europeans a digital society?
The answer from the European Digital Progress Report (2016) Europe’s Digital Progress Report (EDPR – DG CONNECT May 2016) presents a set of horizontal chapters analysing developments in five different aspects (connectivity, digital skills, use of Internet, Integration of Digital Technology by businesses, Digital Public Services) and of a set of country reports with country READ MORE >