discuss, share, co-create
Every Wiki space is meant to be first and foremost a collaboration space.
We have set up separate pages as part of this Wiki with the aim to have one continuous conversation and exchange which is supported by various activities.
Skilled and Employed a collaborative position paper
One of the aims of this wiki space is to launch a collaborative process of finding solutions to the problem of closing the digital skills gap. This collective effort will launch the drafting process of a position paper the main authors of which will be the I-LINC young advisors.
The position paper will discuss what young people wish and need for their future professional development and what is offered by different stakeholders in terms of supporting their efforts.
If you are interested in collaborating:
I-LINC LESSON PLAN
The view of youngsters in Europe is of great importance to I-LINC and that is why we would like to reach out to students between 14 and 18 years of age and find out which (digital) skills they think they would need to find their dream job.
I-LINC has developed a lesson plan on Future Professions and Digital Skills. We would like to invite teachers to implement the lesson plan in their class and students' feedback within this Wiki activity space.
DATA ON YOUTH
The I-LINC benchmarks present an overview of the most critical issues related to youth employability and entrepreneurship. They work as a digest of existing studies and highlight most crucial quantitative indicators in the areas of interest of I-LINC.
Did you know?
The European Commission has announced that it will be leading a project with EU Member States to provide a comprehensive and coherent web-based framework on national youth policies from across the EU. The project to create a ‘Youth Wiki Tool' is a joint activity between the Commission and Erasmus+, and will be finalised by 2017 through Eurydice.
POLITICO'S TWITTER CHAT
ON DIGITAL SKILLS GAP
I-LINC participated to Politico's twitter chat on digital skills on
Bridging Europe's Digital Skills Gap, 26 April 2016.
Read here a short selection of opinions and ideas.