...and the European Digital Competence Framework for Citizens
The demand for workers who can solve problems at the workplace has evolved and increased. More and more, these problems arise in technology-rich environments. So, on the one hand, there is a need for people who can assess needs and/or existing problems and come up with a solution using digital tools and technologies. On the other hand, there is a need for people who can use digital technologies to create new knowledge and to innovate processes and products that did not exist before.
This webinar will give you an insight about the challenge of digital skills and will provide suggestions on basis of the European Digital Competence Framework for Citizens (DigComp 2.1).
Dr. Stephanie Carretero Gómez is Senior Research Fellow at Human Capital and Employment Unit of the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC). Prior to this, she was working as social scientist at the University of Valencia, and made postdoctoral stays at Harvard University, University of Michigan, and the Université Catholique de Louvain. Stephanie has a PhD in Psychology with honours and a MBA in Project Management. Stephanie is currently working in scientific policy advice on the role of digital society to create growth and jobs, and she is now developing the European Digital Competence Framework for Citizens (DigComp). Her research has been funded by European research and innovation programmes and commissioned by DG EMPL and DG CNECT of the European Commission. Stephanie has published her work in impact factor journals (e.g. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, European Journal of Ageing) and in publishers like Palgrave MacMillan and Routledge. She has published recently the DigComp 2.1.