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Digital Competence: Identification and European-wide validation of its key components for all levels of learners (DIGCOMP)
Identify the key components of Digital Competence (DC) in terms of the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to be digitally competent;
Develop a DC framework/guidelines that can be validated at European level, taking into account relevant frameworks currently available;
Propose a roadmap for the possible use and revision of a DC framework for all levels of learners.
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28-29 June 2012, Odense, Denmark
Review of project’s activities
Feedback on Stakeholders analysis, Q/A & Discussions about the field research
Review of national reports Activity: Identification of information required to support the advancement of 1) Mapping of competences and 2) design of learning resources
Review of national scenarios Activity: Profiling, discussion and completion of scenarios.
Group activity: Common understanding of the concept of ‘Competence map’.
Group activity: Working with the ‘competence map’ in the project.
Group activity: Data for developing the ‘competence map’.
Review of the methodology WP2 : Questionnaires for the care worker and care recipient, case study with photos in the care giving situation: care worker – care recipient, focus group interview with first movers and “stakeholders/experts”.
Group activity: Identification of short & and medium term impact (change expected and benefits) for key deliverables/for target groups
Closure of the meeting
Review of the methodology proposed from UCL: Questionnaires for the care worker and care recipient, case study with photos in the care giving situation: care worker – care recipient, focus group interview with first movers and “stakeholders/experts”. Providing input for the case study, questionnaires and interview guide. How do we work methodologically to get access to the data needed? How do we analyse data? What is realistic in relation to collect and analyse data within the given time frame in WP2?