#UpTakeICT: digital literacies for employability
Digital literacies are becoming essential social and cultural practices that citizens need to live, learn and work in a society increasingly reliant on digital technologies.
The #Uptake project brings different European partners together to develop and co-deliver a training programme aimed at improving the digital capability of individuals with the purpose of placing them at an advantage in a competing digital economy. As part of this project, Dr. Cristina Costa (University of Strathclyde), will be offering free, open online sessions on the following themes:
- Digital identities: developing a reputable footprint online (April 1st at 2pm https://plus.google.com/events/c60b3800d6hdg9kq2884nvf1368 )
- Digital rights and responsibilities (April 4th at 10am https://plus.google.com/events/c2ea2gnemmj9be74r7p7eaegtrs )
- Digital security: privacy and safety (April 8th, 2pm) https://plus.google.com/events/ckdg7psentjrbvj5cpgjgh62nj8
- Digital Etiquette: social and cultural practices (April 11th, 3pm) https://plus.google.com/events/ceq2tm9v75pua7e8hgko6a2prd8
The sessions are open to everyone interested in training, mentoring or supporting citizen's development of core digital literacies practices.
Each session will last around a hour and will be conducted online, using google hangout. Click on the links above for each session or visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/uptake-digital-literacies-for-employability-tickets-23798764746