Interactive Presentation of JPEG Compression

An interactive example of image compression is part of the learning module “Images”. You may try out this example of multimedia-based and interactive content and leave a comment. We appreciate any knowledge and experience exchange with other people involved in Adult Education providing this kind of training!    

Module “Images” in the Test Phase

The module “Images“ is almost finished and is being tested currently. The module gives a first overview of pictures and working with pictures. The module was set up in Moodle and mainly uses multimedia or interactive content. Two self-evaluation modules enable the learner to (partially) check the skills they have acquired. The module is versatile: Read More …

Devices used by Learners

Which devices do learners use? Which devices will so-called “Digital Immigrants” have available for their learning? In the frame of the DISK project developed learning content will be developed in a versatile way so it can be displayed on all currently used devices. This will be desk top PCs as well as laptops, notebooks, Chromebooks, Read More …

Digital Competences of European Citizens

Eurostat published a statistic about the digital skills of young people (aged between 16 and 24 years). The result – split to European countries – is interesting (In green color the partner contries of this project are marked): The situation considering all ages is completely different. It is visible that young people have an enormous Read More …

Questionnaire – first results from Austria

The first Intellectual Output of this project will be a competence map. For the digital rescue kit, the consortium will define how skills and competencies, or competency definitions can be aggregated to form more comprehensive skills and competencies. This must be done separately for each module of the kit. The consortium uses “LimeSurvey” to ask Read More …

Background of the project

Context/background of project The DigComp 2.0 framework contains the statistic that on average 46 % of European citizens lack in digital competences (DC). Every possible effort must be made to reduce this number of less educated people. This project focuses on typical DC necessary for people to remain well-integrated members in a digitalized society. Objectives Read More …