All plenary sessions were streamed, but not workshops. Please consult the Programme. The links to presentations of plenary speakers can be found in the Programme as well.
Recorded workshops and presentations in the workshops can be found in the summit tracks:
- Towards a version 2.2 of DigComp > DIGCOMP
- The future of digital competence centres > FUTURE
- Recognition of digital competence certificates in Europe > CERTIFICATION
- Lessons learned during Covid-19 > LESSONS
- Special presentations of CDDC Project Europa Square, workshop “How to Crowddream” and a panel on DigiEduHack are grouped under ‘Heritage‘.
Day 2 / 8 October 2020
00:14:20 Opening of Day 2
Panel 4. LESSONS: Lessons learned from Covid-19.
Alexa Joyce, EMEA Education & Skills Lead at Microsoft; Vassilis Rafail, IASIS NGO, Greece; Matthias Dietel, Head of Corporate Citizenship IBM, Germany; Sabrina Konzok, Kiron.ngo; Nenja Wolbers, Vice-Chair of ALL DIGITAL
01:20:30 WORKSHOPS Round 1 (only images were streamed; workshops are uploaded separately)
02:58:15 WORKSHOPS Round 2 (only images were streamed; workshops are uploaded separately)
05:01:30 Panel 5. DigiEduHack – Co-designing the future of education in the digital age.
Altheo Valentini, EGInA; Veronica Mobilio, European Commission, DG Education, Sport, Youth and Culture; Florian Rampelt, Stifterverband, Germany
Rapporteurs of the four workshops streams report back to plenary:
05:26:40 DIGCOMP: Stefano Kluzer, ART-ER
05:33:25 CERTIFICATION: Achilles Kameas, Hellenic Open University
05:42:40 LESSONS: Virginia Pareja, Esplai Foundation
05:50:50 FUTURE: Robert Shapiro, Good Things Foundation
05:50:00 Closing from Berlin with Nenja Wolbers, Vice-Chair of ALL DIGITAL
06:03:10 Closing from Brussels with Renato Sabbadini, CEO of ALL DIGITAL
Day 1 / 7 October
00:15:00 Opening of the Summit
00:18:25 Welcome from Renato Sabbadini, CEO of ALL DIGITAL
00:25:00 Welcome from Achilles Kameas, Chair of the Board of ALL DIGITAL
00:34:15 Address from Nicolas Schmit, European Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights
00:39:00 Welcome from German co-organisers: Jutta Croll, Chair of Stiftung Digitale Chancen; Thomas Schmidt, Executive Director of Helliwood; Kadim Tas, Chair of Joblinge
01:00:40 Digital for 3,000 years. What’s next? Prof. Dr. Carsten Busch, President of the University of Applied Science for Technology and Economics, Berlin
01:12:13 Emergency Remote Teaching and Privacy. Dr. Chiara Angiolini, University of Trento
01:23:32 Casper Klynge, Vice-President for EU Government Affairs at Microsoft
01:37:00 Q&A with keynote speakers
01:49:25 Digital Cultural Heritage: Europa Square. Altheo Valentini, EGInA; Paolo Russo, Stati Generali dell’Innovazione
02:06:22 An online course about opening digital competence centres. Eva Hveem, Helsingborg City Libraries; Terese Raymond, Digidelnätverket – the network for digital inclusion in Sweden
02:20:00 The use of the digital backgrounds in the distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nicola Barbuti, Department of Humanities DISUM – University of Bari Aldo Moro; Isabel de Maurissens, INDIRE.
02:31:30 Supporting people with disabilities during the lockdown. Cristina Cavallotti, Open Group, Italy.
02:39:40 Dancing basic geometry in social media environment. Natalija Budinski, Petro Kuzmjak school, Serbia.
02:48:50 Panel 1. DIGCOMP: Towards version 2.2 of the DigComp Framework.
Mara Jakobsone, LIKTA; Yves Punie, European Commission Joint Research Centre; Katarzyna Urban, ECCC Foundation; Roberto Lejarzegi, Ibermatica.
03:37:00 Panel 2. FUTURE: The future of digital competence centres.
Gabriela Ford, EOS Romania Foundation; Guillermo Gil Aguirrebeitia, Association Somos Digital and TECNALIA, Spain; Hanka Boldemann, Global Philanthropy J.P. Morgan Foundation; Sara Van Damme, Digipolis Ghent
04:57:45 Panel 3. CERTIFICATION: A model for the recognition of digital competence certificates in Europe.
William O’Keeffe, European Commission DG Employment; Clara Centeno, European Commission Joint Research Centre; José Antonio González Martínez, Junta Castilla y León; Fiona Fanning, Certiport; Achilles Kameas, ALL DIGITAL
05:48:35 Awards Ceremony
06:20:30 until 07:57:48 WORKSHOPS (the workshops were not streamed, just the pictures from the four or them; the workshops are uploaded separately)
07:57:48 Insights on digital technology during COVID-19 from Steiner Waldorf schools. Robert Neumann, Freie Hochschule Stuttgart
08:08:25 A changed world: the news landscape of digital inclusion. Alice Mathers, Good Things Foundation, UK
08:22:35 The future of digital competences centres: Findings from the BIBLIO project. Tiana Zignani, Public Libraries 2030, Belgium.