After the European Commission released a Digital Education Action Plan and an accompanying Staff Working Document (SWD) setting out how education and training systems can employ innovation and digital technology, PPMI was awarded to implement a study on Digital Skills in the 21st century supporting Members of the European Parliament‘s Committee on Culture and Education (CULT). Based on literature review and policy mapping, the scope of this study includes providing challenges and opportunities caused by digitalisation, identifying potential “blind spots” in the field of digital skills and competences that are not addressed by present initiatives at EU level, and providing recommendations for further policy action of the Committee.

Last week PPMI‘s Senior researcher Justina Vaikutytė-Paškauskė has presented the study at the meeting of European Parliament‘s Committee on Culture and Education (CULT). The presentation was followed by the discussion with MEPs and representatives of the European Commission on how the development of digital economy and overall digitalisation is forcing sharp changes in teaching and learning approaches.





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