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TrainDL WebTalk “Policy Experimentation – Innovation in and for Digital Education”

Digitization is changing our societies and individual lives by the minute. Educational systems in Europe adapt in various ways and political decision-makers often need to rely on goodwill when adopting new measures for digital education. This upcoming TrainDL WebTalk will explore if and how “policy experimentation” can be an effective approach for better educational policies.

TrainDL: Introducing AI and Data Literacy in Schools

As students interact with data and AI technologies every day, they should learn how to both critically evaluate and effectively use them. But how can teachers convey competencies in these complex and constantly-changing fields?  TrainDL is a European education policy project funded by the Erasmus+ programme and coordinated by the German Informatics Society, with partners …

CCS concludes RE-EDUCO project event

The Cyprus Computer Society (CCS) is thrilled to announce the successful completion of the Multiplier event for their Erasmus+ RE-EDUCO project. The RE-EDUCO project works towards the production, experimentation and sharing of new approaches and training methods in the field of digital culture.

NJSzT publishes von Neumann quotes album

The John von Neumann Computer Society (Hungarian member of CEPIS – NJSZT) , as part of the event series on occasion of 120th anniversary of its eponym – published a high-quality bilingual Hungarian-English book, which they would like to offer to the attention of their fellow CEPIS members. 

NJSzT interview with CEPIS President

The John von Neumann Association, the CEPIS Member from Hungary, recently interviewed the President of CEPIS Luis Fernandez-Sanz, in the context of John von Neumann’s 120th anniversary activities. Dr Fernandez-Sanz spoke about CEPIS plans for 2023, and the role of NJSzT in CEPIS. Please find here the link to the original interview (in Hungarian). You …

Join the CEPIS Informatics Education expert group

The CEPIS Informatics Education expert group (formerly Computing in Schools SIN) strives for the recognition of Informatics/Computer Science as a vital subject in school curricula. It recommends that Informatics should be included in compulsory school curricula like other subjects such as mathematics, physics, and chemistry, and thus provide students with the skills needed to participate in today’s increasingly digital society.

CCS joins CybARverse project

The Cyprus Computer Society (CCS) is participating in the new Erasmus+ KA2 project #CybARverse. The project supports IT as well as non-IT teachers’ and trainers’ digital skills development, through the use of immersive technologies such as virtual and augmented reality. 

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