FTDCHE / Sollertia

Our recent projects

Our recent projects

Technological evolution is altering the labor landscape making of Digital Competences (DC) a constantly evolving need. Using an advanced LMS platform, this project focuses on providing advanced and transversal DC to students and graduates of Higher Education (HE) and prepare them as professionals of the ICT that will cover the existing demand. In addition, teachers will be provided with a framework to include and evaluate the DC in their study plans.

Our project focuses on the 6 more relevant specific competences from DigComp v2.2:

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1.1.- Browsing, searching, filtering data, information and digital content.
E.g., positioning and digital marketing.

1.3.- Managing data, information, and digital content.
E.g., storage in public and private clouds.

2.4.- Collaboration through digital technologies.
E.g., Content Management Systems.

3.1.- Developing digital content.
E.g., proprietary and open-source tools.

4.2.- Protecting personal data and privacy.
E.g., electronic signatures; Phishing and ransomware.

5.1.- Solving technical problems.
E.g., 3D printers.

What is DigComp 2.2?

Our recent projects

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The Digital Competence Framework for Citizens (DigComp) provides a common understanding of what digital competence is.

…the confident, critical and responsible use of, and engagement with, digital technologies for learning, at work, and for participation in society. It is defined as a combination of knowledge, skills and attitudes.” (Council Recommendation on Key Competences for Life-long Learning, 2018).

DigComp 2.2 areas

DigComp identifies the key components of digital competence in five areas (see figure) and 21 specific competences. The framework also describes eight proficiency levels, examples of knowledge, skills and attitudes, and use cases in education and employment contexts.