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Online Collaboration Skills Barometer: a free self-assessment test to help users evaluate their knowledge about online collaboration. Users can test their skills and knowledge in three areas: general knowledge about online collaboration tools, webinars, and mobile collaboration tools. Available in five languages: EN, DE, EE, LV, LT

Digital Competences Self-Diagnosis Test: (UPDATED in 2018) a free tool, which provides users with a personalised assessment of their digital profile as a citizen with the following parameters: potential for developing digital competences, training experience in ICT, and the level of digital competence.
yourockjobs-logo YouRock: a free, multi-language, employability networking tool, which helps young people to discover their work-related skills based on their everyday activities and create their online portfolios showing their skills
Skillage_bannerG Skillage: a multi-language self-assessment tool for young people to evaluate their ICT skills and encourage them to take further ICT training and certifications
Phishing Quiz: Think you can Outsmart Internet Scammers? Ever wonder how good you are at telling the difference between a legitimate website and one that’s a phishing attempt? Take this quiz to find out.

Training and Learning

IC3 Digital Literacy Certification: whether you plan to pursue a career in IT, or simply become more effective with technology, the IC3 Digital Literacy Certification is your solution. With learning and practice solutions, assessment tools, and certifications specifically designed for a variety of ages and occupations, the IC3 Digital Literacy program is a great way to ensure that students and employees are prepared to succeed in a technology-based world.
Guide to use Europeana collections in education: Europeana is Europe’s digital platform for cultural heritage. It provides free online access to nearly 60 million digitised items drawn from over 3,500 museums, archives, libraries and galleries across Europe. Around 20 million of our collections are openly licensed and suitable for education. The guide introduces the basic principles of searching for and using Europeana’s content in education. It is of use to educators across all subjects, students and lifelong learners, developers of educational resources and educational publishers.
Teaching with Europeana: Practical examples to immediately use Europeana collections in your pedagogical activities. There you will find ready-to-use material, designed by teachers across Europe, that any educator can easily adapt to train their students’ media literacy and digital skills. You can create meaningful educational experiences with the ‘Vintage VR’ or the ‘Changing role of women in the early 20th century’ learning examples.
Methodology: Using digital media for youth engagement and active citizenship: aimed at a non-formal training course based on blended learning. The main part is implemented as face-to-face activities and includes four interrelated digital media modules (or workshops): – Digital Journalism; – Digital Photography; – Digital Storytelling; -Online Platforms, in which refugee crisis was the main theme. The methodology can be applied to any other “hot” societal topic that young people are faced with.
Cisco NetAcad: is an IT skills and career building program and platform to take and give courses. For telecentres, relevant courses include the Get Connected Course (basic), IT essentials (IT technician) and Internet of things (no prior knowledge required)
Mozilla Teaching Activities: free activities created by teachers, educators and technologists. Each activity includes step-by-step instructions and has been tested in schools, afterschool programs, libraries and community centers around the globe. Whether learning how to code, understanding why privacy matters, or creating openly-licensed web content – it is fun and engaging!
YSHUB_logo Microsoft YouthSpark Hub: a bunch of tools to enable young people to learn new skills, prepare for jobs, start their own business and explore Microsoft programmes available for youngsters
hp-logo HP Life: HP LIFE e-Learning is a free, online training program designed for students, entrepreneurs, and small-business owners to develop their IT and business skills
 cropped-Header_WWW-web we want  The Web We Want: a handbook for young people to learn about their rights online, data privacy, test skills, share ideas, and create tips and tools about the online world
 insafe-logo  Safer Internet: a network of national awareness centers that implement awareness and educational campaigns about creating better Internet with a flagship event ‘Safer Internet Day’ happening every year
Media Information Literacy: international, multimedia, multi-language teaching resources on media and information literacy (MIL). Check 12 Modules on various aspects of MIL: from understanding the news and media to freedom of expression toolkit. This resource is part of the UNESCO MIL CLICKS initiative
Be Strong Online: contains free resources on ten topics covering digital issues like cyberbullying, social media, online privacy, selfies, gaming and much more! This programme empowers young people to be positive role online models to their peers and to help their peers navigate the online world safely.
Learn My Way from our National Partner Good Things Foundation: an open learning platform specifically for people with low digital confidence. It is designed to be used as part of a blended learning programme. It contains 31 online courses, covering a range of topics such as online and mobile banking, online shopping, financial budgeting online, claiming government benefits online.
tma_logo_3 copy  Telecentre Multimedia Academy: provides media literacy programme tailored for adults to learn how to use and produce media based on ICT, audiovisual and photography.

Resources from National Partners

   Competition for event organisers: good practice implemented by International Aid Network (IAN). The aim is to motivate local organisations in charge of conducting training/events to be active and organise quality activities and to ensure good material for promotion and visibility/
   Choosing a Career in IT Contest: good practice implemented by Proektoria (PH International). Contest for 9-15 year-olds to attract them to careers in IT. The tasks include independent research on any IT profession, creating a short video clip about it, writing an essay about their choice and presenting in IT Career Day at school.
Interactive Internet Safety Event: a 2-hour activity for schoolchildren, developed by “Langas i ateiti”. The aim is to provide the knowledge and skills to primary school children about safer use of internet and technologies: smart devices, safe passwords, online/offline balance, publishing pictures online etc
Online Safety Workshop for Young People: a 3-hour activity for young people NEETs, developed by “Langas i ateiti”. The main goal is to improve digital skills for job, especially online safety skills, and encourage young people (NEETs) to choose careers in ICT

 

Cybersecurity by Europol

Public Awareness and Prevention Guides: Europol’s crime-prevention guides contain information that can help citizens protect themselves and their property. Currently there are 27 guides, including the ones on protecting from ticket and holiday fraud, spyware, fake online accounts and apps, money muling, payment card fraud, identity theft, etc.
Take control of your digital life. Don’t be a victim of cyber scams!  One of the guides from the collection above. The materials cover 7 of the most common online financial scams and how the general public can avoid falling victim. All the materials, including infographics, are in English and also translated into over 25 languages . The campaign was promoted as part of the European Cyber Security Month 2018 and was led jointly by the EC3 and the European Banking Federation (EBF).
No More Ransom: The “No More Ransom” website is an initiative by the National High Tech Crime Unit of the Netherlands’ police, Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre and McAfee with the goal to help victims of ransomware retrieve their encrypted data without having to pay the criminals. Since it is much easier to avoid the threat than to fight against it once the system is affected, the project also aims to educate users about how ransomware works and what countermeasures can be taken to effectively prevent infection. The site includes both prevention advice and decryption tools. It contains over 60 tools and is available in 35 languages.

Teaching Activities by Mozilla

Copyright

Meme Around: Remixing memes using basic coding. In this activity you’ll engage your group in creating memes that support copyright reform. You’ll show the group how to use their own pictures or pictures from the public domain to speak up without breaking the current copyright laws that make it so difficult to create and share memes in the EU.
Post crimes: Learning about Freedom of Panorama using images from around the EU.

Basic Web Literacy

Ping Kong: learners discover the infrastructure behind the Internet. This activity challenges learners to think concretely about how the internet communicates with a computer.
Hack the News: learners remix any existing webpage using code.  By using X-Ray Goggles, a tool that makes it easy to see and remix the code behind your favorite web pages, you remix a news website while learning about openly-licensed resources and different forms of media. You will learn how to code, compose, remix, and share.
Project Playlist: learners embed media into a webpage. Learners will build a playlist of songs from the Open Web, learning composing, remixing, searching, and sharing.
Who am I?: Learners will conduct a reverse image search to find information about a subject online and then revise a webpage with their own text and images, learning composing, navigating, searching, and sharing.

Intermediate Web Literacy

CSS Code Blocks: using CSS to change the color and display of a webpage. Learners will position and style boxes on a webpage using CSS while learning about coding, composing, designing.
Buttons & Alerts: Learn how to code, compose, remix, and revise by connecting HTML, CSS, and JavaScript by using buttons and scripts to tell a story.
Simple Story Generator: using CSS, JS, and HTML to randomly generate a story. Learn how to use arrays and the document method to generate random stories and add them to a webpage.