Project e-DigiSkills

Greeting words of the organizer



Focus on ICT for students based on Web 2.0 apps

Students want to be engaged in digital teaching.
Have a look at this following video!

Etwinning is the main action of the European Union's elearning programme.
It promotes the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) at schools in Europe. Teachers and students use the Internet to work together across borders. They cooperate, exchange information and share learning materials.
Schools from 6 countries (Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Lithuania and Portugal) are willing to enhance the knowledge of their students.
All students involved will be enabled to work with new devices like
e-journals, e.g.Schooljournals Online or MagazineFactory
wikis, e.g. Wetpaint
weblogs, e.g. Blogger
podcasts, e.g. Podomatic
or webquests.
Students across Europe are working with their teacher on Web 2.0 technology.
Daniel Craig created a pretty good video about this new possibilities:


All schools involved are partners in a Comenius school development project called Developing Digital Skills @ School, whose aim is to develop the computer skills of teachers.


The following was originally published May 16, 2006 at http://e-competences.blogspot.com/2006/05/digiswicki-community-search-engine.html
external image DigiSwicki.jpg

A few weeks ago I created a community search engine for our Digital projects like Etwinning DigiSkills and C1.3 DigiSkills, that allows anyone to conduct deep, focused searches on topics you care about. Watch out our Hot Searches! Everybody can create a swicki and publish it on a web site using this customizable search widget, complete with its very own Buzzcloud that constantly updates to show the hot searches in the Digital Community.