“Digital Greece 2020 – http://digitalgreece2020.gr/” is a horizontal action based on the participation of active citizens from business, education, research and public administration. It gives the opportunity to all interested parties to address policy proposals to the central and local government, representative organizations, as well as the academic-research community with regard to the initiatives that have to be taken and the targets that have to be set for Digital Greece 2020.
NEN Internet Safety in the Context of Developing. Aspects of Young People’s Digital Citizenship. Draft report
Conducted in partnership with the University of Lancaster, for consultation and comments. The draft will be available until the end of May 2011, after which comments will be reviewed and the final report published.
The long-term goal of this workshop is to provide researchers, vendors, practitioners, application developers and users operating in the field of VLDLs with a forum fostering a constructive confront on the issues they face and the solutions they develop.
This session is directed to all teachers of secondary education. Sometimes we feel that digital media is moving too fast and our students are the only ones who are keeping up. In fact we are all experienced users of digital media and don’t know it. This session looks at how far digital media has come, where it is going and how we can apply it to the classroom. It also focuses on the necessity of digital media in the classroom not only because intelligences and competences are changing but also because the national curricula requires it. So this session enables the teacher to easily access on-line sources to help organise and improve dynamics in a digital classroom.