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European Digital Learning Network

The European Digital Learning Network – DLEARN – is a no-profit association. It aims to embrace the challenges brought by the digital transformation in terms of digital skills mismatch and digital learning opportunities. The 47% of Europeans is not properly digitally skilled, yet in the near future 90% of jobs will require some level of digital skills and numerous opportunities in terms of jobs that are going to shape the labour market.

We believe on the value of SHARING, CONNECTING, MULTIPLING, ENHANCING the potential of our members, local territories and people.

Constant changes in economy and society have been urging governments to emphasize the contribution of education to a wide range of newly required skills and competencies. 21st Century skills are considered to be key enablers of responsible citizenship in a ICT-based economy.

A Successful education and training in our knowledge society depend increasingly on the confident, competent and innovative use of ICT.

DLEARN wants to bring closer the experiences and the voices of local territories and people to EU polices. Nowadays this process is hindered by the presence of bigger interests, notably big corporation or umbrella organizations.

News

The Malardalens University Campus

Craft 4.0 Partners meet virtually at Mälardalen University

The partners of Craft 4.0 met again on the 16th March 2021 to discuss the progress and final phases of the Project.

A Craft 4.0 document

CRAFT 4.0's first intellectual output is an inspiring publication called THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL CRAFT ENTREPRENEUR.

Current trends in the craft sector show how important it is for craftspeople to embrace opportunities brought by the digital revolution.

Partners

Technological University Dublin logo
Mälardalens högskola logo
European Digital Learning Network logo
CIVIC Computing Limited logo
Centre de Difusio Tecnologica de la Fusta i del Moble de Catalunya logo
Business Innovation Center Innobridge logo
Agentia pentru Dezvoltare Regionala Nord-Est logo