What happens when you hear or see the term ‘Blended Learning’? Is there a slight, inward groan of dismissal, or do your eyes light up as you recognise a hint of the Promised Land?
Employers interviewed by the SEUSISS project across seven European countries were generally satisfied with graduate ICT skills, which meet the usual demands of working life: text editing, spreadsheets, e-mail and the web.
In the following lines we summarize some of the main results related to respondents’ attitudes to technology.
Facing the dynamics of an economy based on high density of knowledge, the University has not succeeded in adapting structures and productive processes with the necessary promptness.
Have we made progress towards making the European Union the most competitive knowledge-based economy? In this article Viviane Reding assess the current situation, points out the main deficits and explores concrete goals to be accomplished.
This article is about the use of ICT to support and fundamentally change classroom based activity.