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Marco Común Europeo de Competencia Digital

El Instituto de Prospectiva Tecnológica (IPTS) de la Comisión Europea presentó en su sede en Sevilla el borrador de propuesta de marco común de Competencia Digital en una jornada de trabajo con participación de expertos de toda Europa el pasado martes día 20, como parte del proyecto DIGCOMP iniciado en 2010. Los objetivos del proyecto DIGCOMP son los siguientes:
  • Identificar los componentes clave de la Competencia Digital en términos de conocimientos, destrezas y actitudes que se necesitan para ser competentes en el uso de medios digitales.
  • Desarrollar descriptores de Competencia Digital que establezcan un marco conceptual y pautas para su validación a nivel europeo, tomando en cuenta los actuales marcos disponibles.
  • Proponer una hoja de ruta para el posible uso y revisión del marco propuesto de Competencia Digital, aplicable a todos los niveles educativos, incluyendo los no formales.

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Highlights of the month

Consultation on Opening Up Education Initiative

 This proposal for a European Initiative to enhance education and skills development through new technologies will explore the perceived need for EU action to promote the use of open educational resources (OER) in education. Read more.

Phil Banyard: “Education is the way to reduce cyber risks” 

    October was the
 European Cyber Security Month.The goal was to raise awareness about cyber risks. Among all internet users, children are one of the most vulnerable groups. Phil Banyard, Reader in Psychology at Nottingham Trent University, has been researching on how schools in the UK deal with those risks, and was interviewed by

E-Learning Papers on Mobile Learning and Cloud Computing. Call for papers 

  Learning has always expanded beyond the walls of the classroom. However, the proliferation of devices and applications that have greatly expanded when, where and how information can be accessed and stored, brings this issue to the fore. How have such devices had an impact in learning, and what role may they play in the future? This issue hopes to showcase practical examples and generate serious reflection on an emerging topic. Guest editor:
 Martin Wolpers, K.U.Leuven. More information on topics and deadlinehere.

Call for abstracts: INTED2013 

  The International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED), a non-profit private association dedicated to the promotion of international education and university cooperation in the field of Technology and Science, announces
 the 7th edition of INTED2013 an opportunity to present your projects and discuss the latest results in the field of Education and Research. You're kindly invited to send your abstracts until November 29th, 2012.

Online Educa Berlin – Programme Premieres VIDEO EDUCA 

The challenge of “video as the new language of learning” will be tackled head-on at this year’s
 ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN (OEB), the largest global e-learning conference for the corporate, education and public service sectors, which will take place at the Intercontinental Hotel in Berlin from 28th to 30th of November.

Fred Mulder: “OER will need 20 to 30 years to reach its ultimate global realization”

 Fred Mulder holds the UNESCO chair in Open Education Resources (OER). In the frame of the Open Access Week, he talked with us about the progress that has been accomplished and the efforts to be done to further promote OER.

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