The e-Skills Match team is proud to announce the publication of the project’s first article in a high-impact journal!
Project partners Luis Fernández-Sanz, Josefa Gómez-Pérez and Ana Castillo-Martínez published an article titled “e-Skills Match: A framework for mapping and integrating the main skills, knowledge and competence standards and models for ICT occupations”. It is part of a scientific journal named “Computer Standards & Interfaces” ranked as Q2 in the world prestigious ranking of JCR by ISI and it’s featured in the 51st volume.
The article defines the ways in which the e-Skills Match Framework will function. Specifically, it will enable the development of future support systems which may provide self-assessment functions for job candidates, recommender modules to guide their training to target occupations and the possibility of knowledge validation options aligned to the specific set of skills, knowledge and competences used as basic elements of the model.
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