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  • (The main objective of this Podcast is to ask how education is adapting to this new era and how digital literacy is being inserted into everyday educational life. Many teachers recognize that they need to catch up with digital literacy, but because it is such a vast field, it becomes a challenge., 2022)
  • (The main step for children and adolescents to have a healthy relationship with tectenologias and therefore to enjoy digital well-being, is that adults have those good habits so that they imitate our behaviors., 2022)
  • (A series of conversations with experts in the field of youth work., 2018)
  • (A series of conversations with many experts in the youth work field, about DIGITALISATION AND INCLUSION and how to aim for inclusion in digital youth work., n.d.)

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  • (SALTO Youth Inclusion & Diversity Resource Center, 2020)
  • (SALTO Youth Inclusion & Diversity Resource Center, 2022)
  • (The self assessment tool, created under the Skill IT for Youth project, covers 9 Competences specifically relevant to Youth Workers who engage in Digital Youth Work and who are interested in supporting Young People to develop 21st Century Skills., 2017)
  • ("This self-assessment is meant to help you reflect your views and attitudes towards digital youth work. It comprises of seven sections, where you are asked to reflect on different statements and evaluate your digital skills both from a personal and professional point of view. The questions hereafter are not meant to be a test of your actual skill level, but rather be a helpful tool in reflecting on your attitudes and give you pointers to develop your skillset. ", n.d.)
  • ("The professional digital competence toolbox for youth work, created by Verke, is intended as support material for youth work organisations to structure, assess and develop their staff members’ professional digital skills. The toolbox contains three tools: 1) The criteria for professional digital competence in youth work. 2) A professional digital competence self-assessment tool. 3) A competence test. All the material may be used for free. If you would like to know more or want to book a session to discuss utilising the tools in your work community, please contact Verke’s Planning Officer Heikki Lauha (heikki@verke.org, tel. +358 40 336 1856). ", n.d.)

Verke Publications

  • (This is a webpage that provides information about digital youth work and resources for practitioners, educators, and policy makers, created by Verke, the National Centre of Expertise for Digital Youth Work in Finland., 2023)
  • (The publication includes articles that seek to explore the possibilities of maker activities in youth work from the viewpoints of digitalisation of society, maker culture as well as practical youth work activities., 2019)
  • (This publication includes a collection of articles from 32 contributors from the vanguard of digital youth work in the Finnish youth work field., 2017)
  • (This publication highlights the technological, social and cultural impact of digitalization in the context of youth and maps and addresses the opportunities and risks associated with technological development. , 2019)

Videos

  • (Our main objective is to reduce the digital divide in order to achieve a more inclusive future for everyone, and we want to achieve this through digital skills., 2021)
  • (Due to Covid-19 the educational systems had to make big changes in the way they taught their subjects and how they received them. As a result of this situation, all the problems that teachers and students had to face were seen, but also all the advantages it had, 2021)
  • (The world of work and jobs are undergoing major changes due to digitalization and automation. To see these changes first hand, young people in our society have been interviewed to give their opinion on this topic., 2021)
  • (The globalization and digitalization that has been created over the years, we can benefit both in the educational field and in private spaces or those people who suffer from problems, such as diseases such as disability, Alzheimer's disease..., 2022)
  • (There are several competence models that we can use as a reference to build capacity for digital youth work. We need to have individual digital competences and professional youth work competences developed to be able to plan, design and deliver digital youth work., n.d.)
  • (An animated basic introduction to the concept of "media literacy". Media literacy curricula encourages students to ask questions about what they watch, hear, and read. Treating “media” as any sort of text that can be read, trained students will be able to detect bias and propaganda, and determine the reasons for these., 2016)
  • ("What is Media and Information Literacy? What are the #MILskills? Is it just about fake news? What does youth work have to do with Media and Information Literacy? How to see media education holistically and what are the ""hot topics""? In this video, Evaldas Rupkus, Project Manager and Trainer at Deutsche Welle Akademie gives a quick overview of the essence of Media and Information Literacy.", 2020)
  • (Digital literacy is one of Deakin's Graduate Learning Outcomes. It's the ability to identify and use technology confidently, creatively and critically to meet the demands and challenges of living, learning and working in a digital society. Watch this video to learn about the digital literacy skills you'll be using at university., 2018)
  • (Media used to be straightforward. People produced things like magazines, newspapers, radio and television, then distributed them to the masses. Today, we have a network of digital connections with no beginning and no end. But there’s one thing about media that hasn’t changed: Media are constructions., 2018)
  • (Digital literacy is a term you may have heard more about during the past few years, but what does it mean and why is it important?, 2014)

Web Platforms

  • (This is a webpage that explains what digital youth work is and showcases innovative projects and initiatives around the world that use digital technologies and platforms to engage and support young people in their learning, creativity, and social participation., 2022)
  • (A free online course, created under the Youth Work 2.0 project to help youth workers, understand the relationship between social inclusion and youth work, to develop, plan, implement, monitor and evaluate non-formal activities., n.d.)
  • (An online platform presenting information on European countries' youth policies. The content of the Youth Wiki is shaped by the policy priorities established by the European Commission and the Member States in the framework of the European cooperation in the youth field., n.d.)
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