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European Trend Day

06.02.17 / Event / Information society

On 15 March 2017, the Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute invites to the European Trend Day on «Reinventing Places: Life between Cloud and Location». National and international experts discuss the changes our physical surroundings undergo by virtual parallel worlds and the consequences for our society.

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Digital Manifesto

27.01.17 / Information society

During this year's Worldwebforum in Zurich, the Digital Manifesto Switzerland has been introduced. The Manifesto sets up propositions as to how digitalisation could impact Switzerland and measures to cope with the digital transformation in all fields of daily life, including education.

digitalswitzerland.com

Education Digital

24.01.17 / Media competence / STEM / Continuing education

Education Digital is a national initiative by digitalswitzerland for the promotion of Swiss enterprises in the digital sector. The non-commercial platform offers a transparent overview on initial and continuing education offers in the digital field from over 20 public and private providers.

www.educationdigital.ch

Framework for digital economy

12.01.17 / Information society

The report of the Federal Council on behalf the «digital economy» predicts a growing demand on ICT skills. It also announces an in-depth report by June 2017 on the requirements this demand puts upon education. The report will be issued in cooperation with the cantons and the university conference.

www.admin.ch (German)

Serious game on data protection

14.12.16 / Didactical resource / Media competence

Datak is a free serious game from RTS, the French-speaking tv-programme, which aims to raise public awareness of the implications of data protection and Big Data. In the game, young people from 15 years meet with everyday decisions on the publication of their personal data.

www.datak.ch

First results PISA 2015 Switzerland

06.12.16 / Educational monitoring / PISA

Today the OECD has released the first results from the PISA study 2015. Worldwide 72 countries, including Switzerland, took part in the survey. For the first time, the tests have been computer-based, a cause for a number of questions regarding the comparability of data.

www.edk.ch (German)

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