DigiSkills : un réseau de bonnes pratiques

publié le 29 mars 2013 à 06:52 par Rémi LEVY   [ mis à jour : 29 mars 2013 à 06:58 ]

Rémi LEVY participe depuis 2010 aux activités de la Fondation suisse Ynternet.org en tant que consultant interne. A ce titre il a participé à plusieurs projets financés par l'Union Européenne. 

En 2013, Ynternet.org est partenaire d'un nouveau projet : Digiskills  et Rémi LEVY a été chargé de la coordination pour la partie suisse. 

Digiskills consiste à créer un réseau d'enseignants et de formateurs, au niveau européen, afin qu'ils puissent échanger facilement des pratiques innovantes dans le domaine de l'apprentissage numérique. Les meilleures pratiques seront disponibles sur une plate-forme en ligne, décrites et classées pour être faciles à utiliser. 

Voici la description détaillée du projet (en anglais) 
Réunion de lancement du projet - Athenes - janvier 2013



DigiSkills: Network for the enhancement of digital competence skills

DESCRIPTION:

DigiSkills aims to bring together and further develop content, services, pedagogies and practices for LL in school/university/adult population, formulating specific scenarios of use of learning tools and platforms which will be tested with real users from 8 countries and evaluated in terms of their impact, with a particular attention to institutional as well as pedagogical innovation and change. 

DigiSkills will serve as an accelerator of the sharing, usage, and re-purposing of the already rich existing eLearning resources. First of all, it will demonstrate ways to involve SE, HE and AE communities in innovative teaching and learning practices. It will promote community building between numerous educational institutions of Europe and empower them to use, share and exploit unique resources from a wealth of educational repositories. In addition, it will demonstrate the potential of eLearning resources to meet the educational and quality needs of these communities, supported by DigiSkills Inventory, a social platform where stakeholders will be able to discover, acquire, adapt eLearning resources on their topics of interest and also use e-assessment tolls. 

Finally, it will assess the impact and document the whole process into DigiSkills Best Practice Guidelines. Its basic aims are to: i) develop a systematic methodology to define the criteria for identifying best practices; ii) develop a web-based Inventory, including a collection of best practices; iii) establish a constantlyexpanding network of SE, HE and AE communities; iv) collect and develop innovative, relevant and multilingual content; v) develop ICT literacy skills and ensure the use of innovative teaching and learning practices. DigiSkills aims to carry out a set of pilot sessions with a number of representative user groups in order to adapt content to current needs, evaluate the proposed approach and perform an extended dissemination and validation of the project outcomes in a wide network across Europe.



COORDINATOR:

ΕΛΛΗΝΟΓΕΡΜΑΝΙΚΗ ΑΓΩΓΗ
Dimitriou Panagea, null
Pallini Attikis 15351, GR
Phone: 0030 210 8176791
Email: tzikopoulos@ea.gr
Internet site address: www.ea.gr

CONTACT:
Mr. Argiris Tzikopoulos
CONTRACTOR:
ΕΛΛΗΝΟΓΕΡΜΑΝΙΚΗ ΑΓΩΓΗ
Dimitriou Panagea, null
Pallini Attikis 15351, GR
Phone: 0030 210 8176791
Fax: 0030 210 6032554
Email: savas@ea.gr
Internet site address: www.ea.gr

PARTNERS:
• Maria Curie Sklodowska University, PL
• Computer Technology Institute & Press “Diophantus”, GR
• European Federation for quality in E-learning, BE
• European Distance and E-Learning Network, UK
• Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education, US
• Fondation Ynternet.org, CH
• Confederación Española de Centros de Enseñanza, ES
• University of Split, Faculty of Science, HR
• Bundesministerium für Unterricht, Kunst und Kultur, AT

CONTRACT DURATION:
36 months
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