ECDL Foundation announces global ECDL / ICDL Candidate Competition winner for 2007
ECDL Foundation launches Syllabus Version 5.0
Brussels, 3rd October - The ECDL Foundation and AGE convened a high-level workshop on e-Inclusion and the role of digital literacy. Participants agreed on the need for an integrated approach in order to effectively include vulnerable and marginalised groups in the information society. Training programmes, adapted to the needs and interests of marginalised groups are essential to equip people with needed skills for participation in the society.
AICA's Newsletter for September / October 2007
7 Million ECDL / ICDL Candidates worldwide
ECDL Foundation participated at the ICC Camp for blind and visually impaired youth
OLDER PEOPLE AND PEOPLE WITH LOW EDUCATION LEVELS AT RISK OF BEING LEFT BEHIND IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INFORMATION SOCIETY
The Computer Society of Malta (CSM) recently organized its third edition of the ICT Malta Awards. Companies were invited to put forward their nominations in eight different categories: eBusiness Solutions, IT Education, Information Society, R & D, Micro Enterprise, IT Product, IT Project and IT Company.
For the last 10 years ECDL Foundation has worked to raise the level of ICT Skills in society, to increase users’ confidence in computer usage and create access to the Information Society for all citizens. With its wide range of ICT certification programmes, ECDL Foundation has set the global benchmark in end-user computer skills.
The new Geographic Information Systems (GIS) certification program has been announced during a special event "Information Systems for the protection and the valorization of the cultural patrimony", which was organised by the Italian Ministry for the Cultural Heritage (MiBAC). The event was included in the program of Forum PA a yearly exhibition, supported by the Presidency of the Council of Ministers. Public administration representatives, companies and citizens met at this special event in Rome.