e-Skills for Jobs 2014 Awards aimed to identify concrete successful initiatives realized through the mastery of e-skills in the field of ICT to reach out to motivated and talented young people to the age of 25, educators, job seekers and entrepreneurs. EIF is proud to support the 'Digital Citizenship' category.
The winner of the Digital Citizenship category was awarded for the positive contribution of ICT to societal changes (a more democratic, participative and inclusive society as well as a greener and more sustainable economy, target: young people between ages 16 to 25).
The 'Digital Citizenship' category winner is the organiser of „IT FITNESS“ TEST 2014, an initiative by the Slovak IT Association (ITAS) to motivate students to study IT. The aim of the test is mainly to check IT skills of the secondary schools and university graduates in order to see if their IT skills meet the requirements of their potential employers. This test has been organised for the 4th consecutive year, this year including a special test for elementary schools. The results are further processed by a team of experts into an analytical study and its conclusion is presented in the media and discussed with the representatives of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of Slovakia as a suggestion for improvement of the educational process.
Gustav Budinsky, an executive manager of ITAS, together with other winners was awarded during the Italian Presidency eSkills closing conference on 30 October in Rome, Italy. EIF is inviting the winner to attend a high level debate in Brussels on 18 November 'A Magna Carta for the Internet - A discussion with the inventor of the web, Sir Tim Berners Lee'.
More information about the awards are available here.
Digital skills of tomorrow
Digital platforms for social and economic inclusion
Children online: Internet, cyber-crime and sexual abuse online
Access of vulnerable people to the information society
The digital transformation of education and the massive open online courses (MOOCs)
Bridging the ICT skills gap
Girls in ICT Day
Meet the European Digital Champions
E-Skills / Digital Literacy
ICT solutions for the real economy
Smart learning: videogames and other technologies
Digital empowerment: smart skills for a connected world
How can ICT contribute to the success of the European Institite of Innovation and Technology (EIT)?
E-Accessibility and Ageing
What is the role of Digital Platforms in the Connected Society?
What does it take to scale-up in Europe?
#EIFAsks: What does it take to scale-up in Europe?
Fighting Children Sexual Abuse in the Internet Era
Digital Inclusions: no one left behind
Massive open online courses: expanding the classroom from 10 to 50.000+ students
Ajit Jaokar: Bridging the ICT gap
e-Skills for Jobs 2014 Awards
e-Skills for Jobs: Greece case
Feedback from the EIF Study Visits in the Asia Pacific Region ‘Examining Asia’s dynamic digital development’ April 2013
Celebrating Girls in ICT Day
EIF Asia Study Trip: Examining Asia’s dynamic digital development
Are we aiming high enough to create a truly digital Europe?
Mixed reality: ICT solutions for a changing world economy
Video games aid smart learning in schools
E-skills cornerstone of knowledge society of the future
Ilona Kish, Director Public Libraries 2020, on Digital Skills
Laurentiu Bunescu, CEO Telecentre-Europe, on Digital Skills
Victor Negrescu MEP opens EIF debate on Digital Platforms for Social and Economic Inclusion
Jean-François Abramatic, Inria, on Digital Platforms for Social and Economic Inclusion
Krzysztof Debski, Allegro.tech, on Digital Platforms for Social and Economic Inclusion
Eugenijus Stratilatovas, National Library of Lithuania, on Digital Platforms
Louise Holden FRSA, Mastercard, on Digital Platforms for Social and Economic Inclusion
Iva Walterova, Telecentre Europe, on Digital Platforms for Social and Economic Inclusion
Lambert van Nistelrooij MEP opens EIF debate on Scalability of Startups
Alberto Onetti, Mind the Bridge, on European Startups Scene
Lenard Koschwitz, Allied for Startups, on Scalability of Startups
Gianpiero Lotito, FacilityLive, on how to Scaleup in Scaleup
Fighting Children Sexual Abuse in the Internet Era
Nathalie Griesbeck MEP opens debate on Children Safety online
Cathal Delaney (Europol's Cybercrime Centre) on Children Safety Online
Delphine Moralis (Missing Children Europe) on Children Safety Online
Verónica Donoso (INHOPE) on Children Safety Online
Julie Ward MEP on the Information Society and Inclusion
Ana Neves, Government of Portugal, on Digital Divide
Yuliya Morenets, Together against Cybercrime, on Information Society and Inclusion
Cristina Mussinelli, Italian Accessible Books, on Inclusion and eBooks
Alberto Durán López, Ilunion, on Information Society and Inclusion
Lambert van Nistelrooij MEP opens EIF debate on MOOCs
Hans Pongratz TUM on MOOCs
Carolina Jeux (Telefónica Educación Digital) on MOOCs
Patricia Reilly (Cabinet of Commissioner T. Navracsics) on MOOCs
Stephan de Valk (Noordhoff Health) on Transformation of Education
Dr Olivier Küttel EPFL on MOOCs
Brando Benifei MEP on eSkills
Victor Negrescu MEP on eSkills
Lucilla Sioli DG Connect on eSkills
Introducing the Academy Cube
Handisco Startup Presentation
Alessandro Bogliolo presenting 'EU codeweek'
Patrice Chazerand DIGITALEUROPE on eSkills
Dr. Hamadoun Touré (ITU) at the Girls in ICT Day
Fiona Fanning at the EIF Debate on E-Skills / Digital Literacy
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