Using SELFIE! How does this free online tool for work based learning work? Schools, teachers, and students can all improve how they use digital technologies in their classrooms.
NetBravo is a mobile app developed by the Joint Research Centre to help measure the quality of mobile and broadband connections as experienced by users anywhere in the world.
The JRC’s EU Reference Laboratory for alternatives to animal testing (EURL ECVAM) has an extensive experimental facility used for the development, validation and standardisation of in vitro methods.
Learning to swim in the Digital Ocean
Using Blockchain for the agri-food sector offers significant improvements that merit being further explored
Passwords are everywhere. They are the first shields that protect your digital life. Yet many digital incidents are caused by poor password management.
A new online self-reflection tool helping to make the most of digital technology in the classroom
Do you know how to be safe online? See if you can answer the questions correctly (play against the computer or your friend) to get the highest score!
SELFIE is the first step to see where your school stands in its use of digital technologies and to see what the next steps could be to make the most of digital-age learning.
Connected dolls and tell-tale teddy bears: why we need to manage the Internet of Toys.
About JRC Digital Media Hub
JRC Digital Media Hub helps you easily discover how the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) scientific research and advice are linked to our daily lives in the European Union.
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