Strategies to Promote the Development of E-competencies in the Next Generation of Professionals : European and International Trends

@inproceedings{Romani2009StrategiesTP,
  title={Strategies to Promote the Development of E-competencies in the Next Generation of Professionals : European and International Trends},
  author={Juan Cristobal Cobo Romani},
  year={2009}
}
  • Juan Cristobal Cobo Romani
  • Published 2009
This study analyses the effectiveness of policies, strategies and programmes that promote the acquisition of e-literacies, focusing in particular on the younger generation who will be joining the labour force in the next five to ten years. Based on the benchmarking of different studies about the impact of information and communication technologies (ICTs) on students’ learning, this work proposes a redefinition of the term ‘e-competencies’. Moreover, a set of best practices for the development… CONTINUE READING

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