Do you use the H5P Framework in your Distance Learning Courses?

The H5P Framework H5P is an abbreviation for HTML5 Package. H5P allows users to create, share and reuse interactive content. HTML5 is a markup language that, among other things, allows Flash-like interactive content to be created without the need for plugins. It is mobile-friendly and relatively simple to use. The H5P Framework offers an incredible Read More …

The 2021 list of the Top Tools for Learning

By Michail Filioglou (EDRASE) Since 2007, Jane Hart has been compiling an annual Top Tools for Learning List, retrieved from the results of an open survey. These Top Tools lists now include an important and interesting time study not only on the popularity of learning tools, but also on learning behavior itself. On the  1st of  September 2021, Read More …

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 …

Distance learning solutions

The recent CONVID-19 pandemic caused  the closure of the schools of all levels in almost all the countries of the world. From kindergartens to Universities, they had to postpone their face-to-face activities and start thinking about providing distance learning. Higher education organizations were prepared for this, since most of them provide their services partly on-line. Read More …

The new pandemic and digital competences

The new situation that has been provoked due to the CONVID-19 has spotlighted the necessity of  digital competences. People in most countries are not allowed to go shopping, except  food stores and pharmacies. They are encouraged or obliged to shop on-line and do their financial transactions using digital tools. In Greece,  the authorities developed a 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 …

What is your digital identity?

As of January 2020, almost 4,54 billion people were active internet users around the world. Every online user has a digital identity, either we like it or not. Personal digital identity consists in small parts of information about users available online. More specifically, it contains online accounts, usernames, personal data, medical history, credit card numbers Read More …

Digital literacy — E & Y survey

The following article has to do with a question given to the European Parliament on February 2019 and and highlights the importance of the DISK project, since this project attacts on the digital competences of the majority of the European citizens.   Question for written answer E-000749-19 to the Commission Rule 130 Dimitrios Papadimoulis (GUE/NGL) Read More …

DISK and Government

Nowadays, E-Government is more and more being implemented. One of the targets of the DISK project is to prepare citizens to live and function in this continually expanded digital world. Function of e-Government E-Governance is expected to improve the functioning of Public Administration. Its implementation has benefited  the public sector and businesses and citizens alike. Read More …

Do you know jpg compression?

Smartphone Images & JPeG Many people in Europe own a smartphone (approx. 240 million; source: www.statistica.com). All smartphones have an inbuilt camera and most people use it. 43 % of the smartphone users are taking images with their device and produce millions of images each year. Some of the can be admired in Facebook, Instagram Read More …