The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition aims to mobilise all actors that have the capacity to train and re-skill people with the digital skills they need to take part in society and the labour force to remain productive and employable. This leaflet outlines why your organisation or company should get involved in the Coalition.
The Coding for all flyer aims to inspire members, pledgers, or potential stakeholders of the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition to make a pledge in the area of coding. The flyer describes some selected coding initiatives that may be replicated and scaled up at national or European level.
The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition mobilises companies, non-for profit organisations, educational providers, social partners and Member States in Europe who work together to tackle the lack of digital skills in Europe. The aim is to ensure that everyone acquires the digital skills they need to remain productive and employable and included.
Exploring the caves of a species that was extinct 40000 years ago is no easy matter. Help is at hand from drones that can take pictures from all angles. These are then assembled by modern technology into a three dimensional model.
The digital ecosystem evolves so fast, with changes in technology, semantics, professional practices, user expectations and behaviour or legal frameworks, that long-term access to content cannot always be guaranteed.
The Graphene Flagship launched by the European Commission in 2013 is steering towards higher technology readiness level and seeking new partners to join the Consortium. A call for expression of interest is open until 30 May for organisations that can bring specific industrial and technology transfer competences or capabilities on graphene and related materials to complement the current consortium.
The survey is designed for e-infrastructure service providers and their customers and users to help to solicit requirements and needs for the development of a common e-infrastructure service catalogue.
This event brings together researchers, health and care professionals, industry representatives and other key stakeholders to celebrate best practice research and innovation in the multidisciplinary study and implementation of falls prevention in older people.