Scaling up and improving quality using information and communication technology, was the topic of the full day event which took place in Stockholm, Sweden on Friday June 2nd and the eSkills Match project was there!
Pooyeh Mobini and Myrsini Glinos from eGovlab presented the project during the event which was sponsored by Stockholm University and SU Holding and gathered 30 participants from the academic sector. A series of different projects including eSkills Match were discussed in depth, along with future opportunities.
A demo also took place following the presentations. Participants were shown how eSkills Match works and had the opportunity to try and get a feel for the tool’s potential, creating a profile and conducting a self-assessment test.
You can find the full programme here.