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What key skills do we need to be digitally literate? How can we function effectively in an information-rich world mediated increasingly by digital technologies? What is the difference in being able to operate technology and having it transform thinking? These were among the questions asked by the I-Curriculum Project.
The project examined how the various partner countries - Germany, Greece, Romania, Spain and the UK - have responded and should respond to these challenges within school practices. The aim was to reflect upon these requirements, upon the capacities of these new digital tools and their seeming implications for life, leisure and work, and attempt to map out a response for the different educational curricula of Europe.
Project type and status
European research project: completed
I-Curriculum pack (179kb pdf)