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Martin Moore, Senior Research Fellow at King's College London, asks readers to imagine if on June 23 this year British citizens looking at google.co.uk found the words '#VoteIn' towards the bottom of the search page.
Moore claims that most of us still think of...
The internet and internet-enabled devices have transformed our everyday lives and relationships. We entrust them with our precious personal information including contacts and images and rely on them to connect us to a vast repository of knowledge, anytime, anywhere.
As part of its commitment...
Abstract: The generalized use of Communication Networks and Information Technologies is nowadays a global phenomenon. It has multiple impacts on how to teach/learn and on the contexts in which this process takes place (the Learning Environments). These areas include Physical Learning places, Virtual Learning...
This report shows that Europe's digital sector has made strong progress since 2005.
56% of Europeans now regularly use the internet, 80% of them via a high-speed connection, making Europe the world leader in broadband internet. Europe also has more mobile subscribers than citizens...
The objective of this investigation was to provide another perspective on what it means to be digitally competent today, in addition to reviews of literature and current frameworks for the development of digital competence, all of which constitute part of the wider IPTS Digital Competence...