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A Global Community

In regards to Digital Literacy, 2018 has been a year full with changes and innovations.

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European Union
European Union revised the definition of digital skills adopted in 2006 with the Council Recommendation of 22 may 2018onkey competences for lifelong learning. Furthermore, EU Commission proposed a Digital Europe Program, included in the already provisionally agreed 2021-2017 budget, allocating up to €700 for aquiring "advanced digital skills", as reported in the 4th paragraph of the proposal.
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Unesco
Apart from having already been issued in September 2017 a report named Working Group on Education: Digital skills for life and work, in June 2018 UNESCO issued an information paper entitled A Global Framework of Reference on Digital Literacy Skills for Indicator 4.4.2.
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American Council on Education
The American Council on Education (ACE), a renown major coordinating body for US colleges and universities which since 1974 have been trusted to provide reliable course equivalency in formation to facilitate credit award decisions, has evaluated and recommended college credit for five of ICDL Foundation’s modules (ACE CREDIT).
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International Society for Technology Education
ISTE is a membership organisation committed to educational technology. Based in the United States, but active around the world, it maintains the ISTE Standards to provide a framework that helps educators transform learning with technology. In May 2017, the ICDL programme received a Seal of Alignment from ISTE, showing that ICDL has been independently reviewed and was found to be aligned with the ISTE Standards.