COORDINATED HIGHER INSTITUTIONS RESPONSES TO DIGITALISATION
ESCALATE is a strategic partnership comprised by 6 partners from 5 different European countries: Exeter and Stirling in the West, Bilbao and Milan in the South, Magdeburg in the Centre and Timisoara in the East.
COORDINATED HIGHER INSTITUTIONS RESPONSES TO DIGITALISATION
The project has been developed by six partners from five European countries, namely five universities and an independent company, which specializes on foresight and prospective - strategic studies for the public and private.
COORDINATED HIGHER INSTITUTIONS RESPONSES TO DIGITALISATION
The official start of the ESCALATE project is 01.11.2019 and it is a 24-months project with the end date being 31.10.2021.
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The Project

COORDINATED HIGHER INSTITUTIONS RESPONSES TO DIGITALISATION

The project brings together the right mix of university responsibles, educators/teachers, learners, labour market experts, alongside business and local government to offer a coordinated response to the challenges arising from digitalization. The aim of the project is to assist universities in implementing activities designed to increase the levels of digital competences for employability, upskilling, according with a growing range of employment generated by the digital economy, aligned with the needs of and opportunities offered by the labour market and linked to professional profiles.
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Publications and Resources

  • Reports and results
  • Publications
  • Newsletters

Reports and Results

Our reports are designed to give you an accurate view of the main findings of the Escalate project. They also include information and statistics to support our partners and national stakeholders.

Publications

Escalate team constantly releases working papers to share ideas
about the topics of the project and to elicit feedback from our
target group.

Newsletters

The aim of our newsletter service is to keep our partners and national stakeholders updated about new results releases or new information regarding our project.

News & Events

Best dating sites

Many local newspapers had online personals in the mid 1990s but were bought out by these big dating sites. From some of the comments it

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Multiplier event in Milan

The University of Milan-Bicocca organised on 15 October 2021 a multiplier event within the project “Coordinated Higher Institutions Responses to Digitalization”. The event was organised

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