Friday, 14th September 2012
Digital Competence in Practice: An Analysis of Frameworks
Source: Joint Research Centre - European Commission
From Executive Summary:
This reports aims to identify, select and analyse current frameworks for the development of Digital Competence of every citizen. Its objective is to understand how Digital Competence is currently conceived and implemented in fifteen (15) cases, drawn from school curricula, implementation initiatives, certification schemes and academic papers. It develops a proposal for a common understanding of Digital Competence and identifies the sub-competences that compose it.
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