Digital Competences for cultural and creative sector (CCS) guidelines (IO1) is divided in three main documents:
- O1.1 Conceptual Framework for digital competences for CCS;
- O1.2 European and National research on digital competence validation;
- O1.3 Digital Competences for CCS guidelines.
O1.1 – CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF DIGITAL COMPETENCES FOR CULTURE AND CREATIVE SECTORS
The following document aims to share materials and reflections on the development of Digital competences in cultural and creative sectors (CCS) for the promotion of transversal skills and social inclusion. This document will emphasize the problems related to the development of digital resources and their integration into various cultural environments and in the CCS education area. The following research aims to consolidate the theoretical basis of the DCM project, to identify the digital competences most promoted in CCS adult education contexts as well as to identify the pedagogical and operational indicators for the creation of effective educational interventions in the promotion of digital skills for CCS adults’ learners. In addition, the following research will help project consortium to select the content and digital competences to be promoted in the DCM online MOOC, Intellectual Output 3. Please download it and enjoy the reading!
O1.2 – EUROPEAN AND NATIONAL RESEARCH OF DIGITAL COMPETENCE VAL IDATION
The DCM Survey Report for adult learners working in cultural and creative sectors (CCS) presents the results of the research phase of the project “Digital Creative Minds”, project funded by the European Union through Erasmus+ programme (Project ID: 2020-1-DE02- KA227-ADU-007933). The project is led by Copernicus Berlin e.V. (Germany) in partnership with Giardini Naxos Municipality (Italy), Sevlievo Municipality, (Bulgaria) Asociación EuropeYou (Spain), Nooruse Maja (Estonia) and MusikArt (Italy).
This document was generated on the basis of a data collection in the form of an online survey. The survey was conducted in the five project partner countries: Germany, Italy, Bulgaria, Estonia and Spain. The overall objective of the study was to identify the educational needs of cultural and creative sectors (CCS) adults’ learnersin terms of digital skills promotion for professional development and social inclusion. Please download it and enjoy the reading!
O1.3 – DIGITAL COMPETENCES FOR CULTURE AND CREATIVE SECTORS GUIDELINES
Finally, the following document “Digital Competences for CCS guidelines” will aim to summarize the findings of the two previous researches, outlining the digital competences more relevant to the CCS, the skills needed at different work levels and cultural areas as well as the most promising pedagogical and technology-enhanced learning concepts, approaches and methods in achieving better digital skills for CCS adult learners that should be addressed by the DCM MOOC, according to the specific participants needs. Please download it and enjoy the reading!