The European Commission (EC) has unveiled plans to reinvigorate the use of ICT in European schools, including providing more free and open digital learning platforms to educational institutions across the European Union, V3 reports. According to EC-conducted research, up to 80 percent of students never use digital resources such as e-textbooks, learning games and podcasts, which the Commission says is "hampering" efforts to create a digitally literate set of future workers. It also says that 70 percent of EU teachers are looking for better ICT training. Vice president of the European Commission Neelie Kroes, who is responsible for the the...

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