European Digital Learning Network pledges to carry out a pan-European survey (www.surveymonkey.com/r/ETfuture) to gather qualitative data about current trends and future developments in education related to digital skills. The pledge will take place between May – when the survey will be presented – and will continue until October, when results will be collected, analysed and published in a final report.
The survey will tackle all educational sectors: School education, Vocational Education, Higher Education and Adult education with a lifelong learning approach. The target audience of the survey and the related awareness communication campaign will be all those organisations established in Europe -represented by their teachers, educators, education managers and staff in general- which would like to contribute with their opinion, expertise and knowledge. The survey and the related campaign will have a bottom-up approach, rather than a pure field research. The survey will allow to gather valuable information from those educational actors at local level which can see day-to-day the impact of digital transformation on people and their educational and professional experiences. It is expected that at least 4 organisations per country (28 EU members state and EFTA countries) will answer to the survey for a total of 124.
|Answers to the survey||The target is to gather answers from at least one organisation per educational level per country (EU+EFTA).||124||1.059|
|Milestone name||Completion date||Status|
|The survey is conducted online and is accompanied by a communication campaign made of related articles, blog post, social media feeds, info sheets, infographic and best practice sharing||31/08/2017||Completed|
|Collection and analysis of survey results, shared among all Dlearn members||23/09/2017||Completed|
|Publication of a report to be presented during the Dlearn Annual Conference to be held in Brussels, in which different stakeholders, DGs officers and other organisations will be invited also to discuss the results of the survey||31/10/2017||Completed|