DigComp intoAction - Getinspired, make it happen

This user guide demonstrates the inspiring level of use of DigComp to date across diverse sectors and highlights an important message: digital skills are relevant to every aspect of our lives.

Authors: Stefano Kluzer; Laia Pujol Priego; Stephanie Carretero Gomes (ed); Yves Punie(ed); Riina Vuorikari (ed); Marcelino Cabrera Giraldez (ed) and William Okeeffe (ed).

EntreComp into Action: get inspired, make it happen

EntreComp into Action: get inspired, make it happen” is a guide to help individuals and organisations to explore why, when and how they can use EntreComp. It provides more than 70 practical examples of how it can be used for lifelong learning across formal education and training, non-formal learning, employment or business.

Authors: Elin Mccallum; Rebecca Weicht; Lisa Mcmullan; Alison Price; Margherita Bacigalupo (ed) and William O'keeffe (ed)

The European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators – DigCompEdu (PT)

DigCompEdu, now also published in portuguese, is intended to foster educators’ digital competence in Europe, as well as that of European citizens, boosting innovation in Education. It presents 22 competences, organised in 6 areas, and a progression model to help educators assess and develop their digital competence.

Authors: Margarida Lucas and António Moreira

Portugal INCoDe.2030: National Digital Competences Initiative e.2030

Portugal INCoDe.2030 aims to respond to the challenges of assuring digital literacy and inclusion for the exercise of full citizenship. It also aims to stimulate specialisation in digital technologies and applications in order to promote qualified employment, sustain a higher value-added economy and produce new knowledge within international networks.

Authors: Government of Portugal

European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators: DigCompEdu

This study presents a framework for the development of educators’ digital competence in Europe. It aims to help Member States in their efforts to promote the digital competence of their citizens and boost innovation in education. The framework is intended to support national, regional and local efforts in fostering educators’ digital competence, by providing a common frame of reference with a common language and logic.

Authors: Christine Redecker and Yves Punie (ed)

EntreComp: The Entrepreneurship Competence Framework

EntreComp presents entrepreneurship as a transversal competence that can be applied in all aspects of life: personal development, active participation in society, (re)entry into the labor market, and cultural, social or commercial initiatives. It is articulated in 3 competence areas (“Ideas and opportunities”, “Resources” and “Into action”) and 15 specific entrepreneurship competences.

Authors: Margherita Bacigalupo; Panagiotis Kampylis; Yves Punie and Godelieve Van den Brande

Digital Agenda for Europe

The Digital Agenda for Europe will help European citizens and businesses to get the most out of digital technologies.

Authors: European Commission

ICT Competences: implementation study

The ICT Competences project is probably the biggest challenge of the Technological Education Plan, as well as the cornerstone of the strategy to enable teachers to innovate their teaching practices using ICT resources.

Authors: Fernando Costa (ed)

Key competences for lifelong learning

The Key Competences for Lifelong Learning – A European Framework is an annex of a Recommendation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the 8 key competences for lifelong learning, including Digital Competence.

Authors: European Commission