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Promoting Effective Digital-Age Learning - A European Framework for Digitally-Competent Educational Organisations

Panagiotis Kampylis, Yves Punie and Jim Devine ()
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Jim Devine: DEVINE Policy - Projects - Innovation,

No JRC98209, JRC Working Papers from Joint Research Centre (Seville site)

Abstract: Digital technologies are being incorporated in exciting and promising ways at all levels of education. To consolidate progress and to ensure scale and sustainability education institutions need to review their organisational strategies in order to enhance their capacity for innovation and to exploit the full potential of digital technologies and content. This report presents the European Framework for Digitally-Competent Educational Organisations (DigCompOrg). This framework can facilitate transparency and comparability between related initiatives throughout Europe and play a role in addressing fragmentation and uneven development across the Member States. The primary purposes of DigCompOrg framework are (i) to encourage self-reflection and self-assessment within educational organisations as they progressively deepen their engagement with digital learning and pedagogies (ii) to enable policy makers to design, implement and evaluate policy interventions for the integration and effective use of digital learning technologies.

Keywords: Digitally-competent educational organisations; innovation in education; European Framework for Digitally-Competent Eeducational Organisations; educational policy; digital learning technologies; self-assessment questionnaire; ICT for learning and skills (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I20 I21 I23 I28 I29 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Date: 2015-12
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