Brussels, Belgium20th November 2009

Presentations

SESSION I - THE IMPORTANCE OF ICT PROFESSIONALISM IN SUPPORT OF BUSINESS VALUE

Mr. Declan Brady - CEPIS on Professionalism 

Mr. Adam Banks - Technology Office

Mr. Kevin Cooney - ICT Professionalism Will Enhance Business Value

Dr. Michael Gorriz - The Importance of ICT Professionalism in Support of Business Value

 

SESSION II - THE IMPORTANCE OF A LONG-TERM E-SKILLS STRATEGY

Mr. Werner Korte - e-Skills Foresight Scenarios in Europe (2010-2015)

Dr. Jacob Kirkegaard -International Comparisons – US Fall 2009

Ms. Orfhlaith Ni Chorcora - Oracle's Commitment to eSkills

Mr. Gerhard Rohde - Long Term E-Skills Strategy

 

SESSION III - PROGRESS ON THE EUROPEAN E-SKILLS STRATEGY

Dr. Nils Olaya Fonstad - Insights from the European e-Competences Curricula Guidelines Project

Mr. Terry Hook -European e-Competence Framework: Role and Value

Dr. Hara Klasina - Progress on the European e-Skills strategy: DIGITALEUROPE’s contribution

 

SESSION IV - PROVIDING E-SKILLS FOR NEW JOBS

Mr. Peter Hagedoorn - The CIO view on: New Skills for New Jobs

Ms. Caroline Jacobsson - Providing eSkills for New Jobs Before the Crisis

Mr. Frank Mockler - Developing the Right Skills for the Future

Mr. Markku Markkula - Providing eSkills for New Jobs

 

SESSION V - E-SKILLS AND ICT PROFESSIONALISM FOR INNOVATION

Mr. Martin Curley - ICT Professionalism for Innovation for Business Value

Mr. David Clarke - Why e-skills and ICT professionalism can help to obtain a competitive edge?

Mr. Benjamin Herrmann - Using SAP Software in Education and Research

Mr. Michael Sharpe - An Innovation Skills Agenda for ICT SMEs

 

SESSION VI - E-SKILLS IN THE POST LISBON STRATEGY

Ms. Gabriele Zedlmayer - Welcome to Europe 2.0

Dr. John Vassallo - EU Citizenship

Mr. António Bob Santos - The Portuguese Digital Agenda

 

SESSION VII - CONCLUDING REMARKS

Dr. Marius- Eugen Opran -  eSkills: Innovating the Learning Process

 

Conclusions of the European e-Skills Conference 2009