La perception & la réalité des compétences numériques

Le rapport « Perception et réalité » de la Fondation ICDL rassemble les résultats de la recherche sur l’auto-perception des compétences numériques et la réalité, mesurée à l’aide d’un test pratique. Le nouveau rapport comprend les conclusions d’études menées à Singapour et en Inde, renforçant les conclusions originales de cinq pays européens.

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Recognitions and references

ICDL has been recognised around the world and referenced in reports by governments and international organisations.

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Skills for data protection

Protecting peoples’ personal data has never been more important, with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation and a number of high-profile data breaches undermining public trust. Our new position paper highlights the importance of developing workers’ skills for data protection.

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Perception & reality: measuring digital skills gaps in Europe, India, and Singapore

How do you measure digital skills? How do you work out whether a candidate for a job has the skills and competences that they will need to do the work? Letting people self-assess their skills can seem like a simple solution, but it brings a big risk that they will misjudge their abilities.

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ICDL and DigComp

We live in an increasingly digital world where people work, socialise, and receive public and private services online. Having insufficient digital skills is likely to have a negative impact on people’s employability and life quality.

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ICDL and qualification frameworks worldwide

Qualifications frameworks, like the European Qualifications Framework, make it easy to compare qualifications and certifications from different countries with each other. International qualifications, such as ICDL, can be mapped to National Qualification Frameworks (NQFs) and, in this way, become officially recognised in different countries worldwide.

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Creating the Future: Computing in Education

Computing and digital literacy are two sides of the same coin that both need to be included in compulsory education. In this special report, ICDL Foundation argues strongly that students should have the opportunity to develop computing skills and to build a strong foundation of digital literacy. 

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e-Skills at School

We need a comprehensive digital education for every school pupil. When digital skills are becoming ever more crucial to all areas of life, from work and learning, to social inclusion, there can be no excuse for leaving anyone behind.

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IT security skills: protecting your children, your private life, and your business

IT security is an increasingly important issue for all computer users. Our report looks at IT security needs in private and professional life and highlights the central role that skills play in helping people stay safe from increasingly sophisticated threats online.

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The fallacy of the ‘digital native’

‘We live in the age of the digital native’, or so many would have us believe. But what does the term really mean? Can someone truly pick up digital skills intuitively? Does this mean there is no need to try to teach young people how to use computers? We don’t think so.

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ISTE Seal of Alignment

The ICDL programme received a Seal of Alignment from ISTE in May 2017. The Seal of Alignment shows that ICDL has been independently reviewed by ISTE, and was found to be aligned with the ISTE Standards.

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