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Initiative to Support Basic Digital Skills Development of Romanian Preschool Children

@inproceedings{Guran2018InitiativeTS,
  title={Initiative to Support Basic Digital Skills Development of Romanian Preschool Children},
  author={Adriana Mihaela Guran and Grigoreta Sofia Cojocar and Anamaria Moldovan},
  booktitle={RoCHI},
  year={2018}
}
The children of today are born and grow up in a landscape immersed by technology. The research on the jobs of the future shows that 90% of them will need digital skills. Romania, in the context of European Union, ranks on the 28 position out of 28 countries based on the digital skills of its population, even though the IT industry is very well developed. Interventions must be done to improve the level of digital skills of Romanian children. The schools have already included in their curricula… 

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