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The eInclusion community focuses on individual and community participation in all aspects of the information society. The community exchanges good practices and information related to the EC’s eInclusion policy and projects. The community aims to promote the use of ICT to overcome exclusion, and improve economic performance, employment opportunities, quality of life, social participation and cohesion.

21 March 2017 | Europe, Africa, Asia, Central and South America, North America
Themes: Education, Science and Research, eGovernment, eInclusion, eServices for Citizens.
196 visits | Rating: 0/5
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The new paper of ECDL Foundation 'Creating the Future: Computing in Education' paper revisits terms and concepts related to computing and argues that computing is part of digital competence. It also overviews...
19 April 2016 | Europe, Asia
Themes: Digital literacy and competences, Education, Science and Research, eInclusion.
177 visits | Rating: 1/5
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ECDL Foundation has published a new position paper “Perception and Reality. Measuring Digital Skills in Europe”. The paper analyses the results of studies carried out by the ECDL National Operators in...
19 May 2015 | Europe, Belgium
Themes: eGovernment, eInclusion.
537 visits | Rating: 4/5
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On 23rd April 2015 the Parliament of the Federation Walloon-Brussels (Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles) held a discussion forum on the digital gap ("fracture numérique").  The Ministry...

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Abstract:
The eInclusion community focuses on individual and community participation in all aspects of the information society.
Type: Community
Date of creation: 01 December 2014

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