A group of 15 companies joined forces in April 2002 to create the “eLearning Industry Group” (eLIG) in Europe - with the support and endorsement of Ms. Reding, the European Commissioner for Education and Culture.
Over 50% of all workers in the EU now use a computer for their job and there are fewer and fewer jobs where at least basic digital skills are not required. From that point of view, digital skills are almost as essential as basic literacy to be...
Information and communication technologies are changing dramatically the way in which individuals live and work and organisations operate, creating the basis for the information society in which we live today. There is also a shift towards a more...
Held in Copenhagen in 16-18 october, the European eSkills Summit final Declaration considers eLearning as one of the key tools to foster e-Skills in Europe.
Two international treaties, established by the World Intellectual Property Organization both containing special provisions for digital rights, are expecting to safeguard the interests of creators in cyberspace.
El Gobierno de la Comunidad Autónoma del País Vasco ha desarrollado el denominado Plan Euskadi en la Sociedad de la Información.
Denmark is usually regarded as one of the most advanced countries in ICT development.