Our project partner ALL DIGITAL has just launched a new tool MyDigiSkills to help users understand their digital competences. It is based on the work done in the DigCompSAT project, as delivered by ALL DIGITAL for the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) in 2020.
The tool was launched on 23 March with an audience of over 100 people at the special webinar organised within All Digital Week 2021. Scroll down to watch the recording of the webinar.
MyDigiSkills is available in seven languages: English, Spanish, Italian, German, Latvian, Lithuanian, and Romanian. ICT4theElderly other project partner Stiftung Digitale Chancen translated the tool into German.
The tool is based on the European Digital Competence Framework for Citizens – DigComp 2.1, and it is anticipated that users will take around 20 minutes to complete the self-reflection assessment. The user will receive a personalised report on their digital competences that they can use to identify their strengths and weaknesses and identify the areas they could develop through training.
The webinar helped delegates understand the new MyDigiSkills.eu platform. It covered its history of development, rationale behind the tool, and provided in-depth coverage on how it works, its target audience, and potential uses.
Below you will see the webinar recording and the programme with timings in the video
Moderator – Ian Clifford, ALL DIGITAL
Welcome from ALL DIGITAL. Peter Palvolgyi, CEO of ALL DIGITAL
History and background
|00:44:43||From DigCompSAT to MyDigiSkills – Antonio Roman Casas, AUPEX|
|00:49:50||Overview of the MyDigiSkills system: rationale, aim, benefits. Walkthrough of the system – Ian Clifford
|01:08:25|| Suggested models for use
01:08:25 Suggested models for use from Spain – Gema Parrado Leon, AUPEX
01:10:20 Questions and Answers
01:17:50 Suggested models for use from Latvia – Mara Jakobsone, LIKTA
01:20:55 Suggested models for use from Italy – Stefano Kluzer
01:23:10 What’s next?
|01:25:45||All Digital Week – Ekaterina Clifford, ALL DIGITAL|