The Future of e-Learning Jobs – Workshop, Wroclaw 17 September 2015

During 2 years, a team of 7 partners from 5 EU countries (Poland, Germany, UK, Greece, France) worked on identifying skills and competences necessary to take advantage of digital technolgoies for learning. The results are 5 consolidated profiles of job descriptions that will help to adjust curricula to market needs, and training guidelines. These were presented at this international workshop, followed by discussions with the audience and experts.


Running the e-Virtue project – cooperation, research, problems and challenges
Maciej Czarnecki PhD., Wrocław University of Economics

E-learning role profiles as the results of the rese arch conducted in e-Virtue project
Ed Mahood PhD., DEKRA Akademie GmbH, Germany

Training Guidelines in the context of findings in e-Virtue project
Adamantia Spanaka PhD, Hellenic Open University, Greece

Evaluation of the results of the e-Virtue
Prof. Dr. Robert Dębski, Jagiellonian University in Krakow

The value of e-Virtue project in the real market place
MMag. Thomas Lung, BA, Europa-Wirtschaftsschulen Wien, Austria

Promote your training! How to get a « Label of Excellence »
Małgorzata Matyja PhD., Wrocław University of Economics

University of Pannoia and Cap Digital two new e-Jobs Observatory platform supporters

University of Pannoia from Hungary and Cap Digital, a French Business cluster for digital content joined recently to the e-Jobs Observatory platform partner network.

The two new partners appear now in the « about » section of the site together with other supporters and they will acquire editorial rights which will allow to share information on the platform and participate in the restricted collaborative working group of e-Jobs supporters.

If you are interested in joining the platform network please fill in the form or contact us.

Community manager, e-business manager, SEO manager and Internet Governance manager on Michael Page´s new-jobs guide

Among other new jobs, several Internet-related jobs are described on Michael Page´s New Jobs Guide 2010.

The guide provides:

* The definition and responsibility of each position,
* the skills and qualifications,
* training and experience possible
* remuneration of such trades,
* developments and trends,
* the types of employers,
* internationalization.

See:Le Guide Des Nouveaux Metiers par Michael Page

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