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  • Augmented reality in Adult education

    As stated in the EC’s ‘Skills Agenda for Europe’, a strong digital economy is vital for innovation, economic growth, job creation and increase of European competitiveness.  However, according to recent studies, still a large percentage (over 40%) of EU citizens are digitally illiterate.  Such is the growth of digitization, that EU adults need to be […]

  • Corporate Social Responsability and micro companies

    Corporate Social Responsability is not just for big companies and through the ISORESS project, we want to help small and micro companies implementing new initiatives in this field as small and micro enterprises represent the majority of the European business fabric. United Nations have established concrete development goals in order to accomplish the objectives of […]

  • Circular economy: towards a new business model

    The global population growth and the increasing living standards has derived in a vast use of resource and significant amount waste. Even if there are some initiatives that are already rooted in Europe such recycling, there still lack of innovation and solutions in this aspect. Aware of the increasing problematic, the European Commission has established […]

  • DQ Skills – Are you ready for digital citizenship?

    Digital Citizenship is more than the social and daily use we make of technology. It is the ability to use resources and technological tools in a safe, responsible and efficient manner, which implies that we must train ourselves to develop our digital skills if we really want to exercise our digital citizenship. DQ Skills is […]

  • Personal Assistant – a new professional profile

    One out of six people in the European Union has a disability that varies from mild to deep, which makes around 80 million people limited in their capabilities to fully participate in the society and economy due to environmental barriers. For disabled people, the poverty rate is 70% higher to the average, due partially to […]

  • Digital Transformation of commerce in rural areas

    More than 91% of the territory of the EU is “rural”, and about 56% of the EU’s population live there. But a new demographic change is taking place in Europe, defined as “counter-urbanization”: many people, attracted by environmental and life quality, flow out of urban areas into rural areas, made more accessible by new transport […]

  • Gen Z and labour market

    Companies face several challenges derived from the changes in the tendencies of labor market, for example, the trend of workforce exceeding the job offer in a near future, or the already present different generations (baby boomers, X and Y) and the new one coming, named Z, recently incorporated to the world of labor with new […]

  • Learn with Moving Languages

    Migration in the EU has been rapidly growing in recent times, especially in light of the troubled political situation in the Middle East and Asia. Thus, it is of great importance to provide tools to support the integration of migrants and refugees arriving in Europe. Language learning is one of the key priorities of successful […]