After the success of the on-line free course "Coding in your classroom, now! (CodeMOOC)" in Italy, the University of Urbino pledges to scale it up and make it available in other languages.

The CodeMOOC initiative, delivered on the European Multilingual MOOC Aggregator (EMMA)  helps teachers introduce computational thinking in their classrooms. This initiative has already involved more than 6,000 teachers until now, who in turn have engaged more than 100,000 students in coding activities. This pledge is the first one to reach the Commission initiative "Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition"  that was announced less than one month ago.