07. April 2020

The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition compiles digital skills resources and best practices for addressing the challenges of the coronavirus crisis

The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition encourages National Coalitions and their members to identify and share good practices in meeting the growing demand for digital skills.

Digital skils

Throughout the current crisis precipitated by the coronavirus pandemic, the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition organises thematic webinars with the National Coalitions and their members. During these sessions, the participants share their challenges, solutions and experiences in response to the sudden need for digital skills among Europeans. These initiatives cover various topics surrounding the new context in which teachers, students, SME owners, employees, self-employed and citizens find themselves. Different initiatives and good practices identified and collected by the National Coalitions will be kept and updated on this page for sharing and replicating.

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The initiatives and good practices are divided in 4 groups:

1. Digital Skills for all


Best practices

The Digi Koalice is sharing their own repository of best practices and activities to provide inspiration to other organisations wishing to replicate their successes.


Digital Solidarity Platform

The Ministry of Digital Governance in Greece has created a platform for all businesses and organizations to share their digital tools and services in order to support the free use of advanced and intelligent teleworking and learning platforms.


Digital Solidarity Platform

Launched by the Ministry for Technology Innovation and Digitalisation, the Digital Solidarity Platform is where you can find digital courses, tools and resources provided by businesses and associations free of charge.


Connected Lithuania

The Connected Lithuania project is working to get all of Lithuania online through digital skills programmes delivered through their public libraries. It has compiled a list of independent digital skills resources to continue to learn during this period.

European Union

Digital Solutions

The Digital SME Alliance is gathering together the digital services offered by their SMEs to help businesses and employees adapt to the challenges of remote working and learning.


A compilation of the solutions and services the association’s members are providing to tackle the current crisis.

2. Digital skills for education

European Union

Stay at Home Digital Toolkit

ALL DIGITAL have compiled a collection of free tools available to improve your digital skills and entertain yourself while you #stayathome.

For students


School for life

An experimental programme run by the Ministry of Science and Education the Republic of Croatia with 48 elementary and 26 secondary schools with video classes and TV broadcasts.

Youtube classes

Croatian Radio and Television, in cooperation with the Ministry of Science and Education, has been participating in the implementation of distance learning for all subjects for primary school students.


EdTech Donor

EdTech Denmark presents a catalogue of high-quality digital learning tools along with help and support for teaching and training.


Free online learning resources

National Coalition coordinator eSkills Malta Foundation has composed a list of free online learning resources to support students to continue their education.

For teachers


Tech Week

The Tech Week is platform for where it is possible to organize technology-related activities in your local schools, communities or at home. Explore fun challenges that encourage computational thinking for all ages and abilities.

The Netherlands

Distance learning

The Ministry for Education in partnership with Kennisnet has created an online learning platform for primary and secondary schools a variety of remote lessons and support.


School at home

A free catalogue of tools and resources for teachers and ICT professionals provide support to teachers who have to learn how to teach digitally.

European Union

Coding from home

The EU Code Week team is sharing resources and webinars focusing on the practical methods and tools for the remote teaching of coding.

3. Digital skills for the labour force

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4. Digital skills for ICT specialists

Coming soon

In the context of the coronavirus pandemic, the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition called for pledges to address the surging need for digital skills and solutions. Organisations and companies can pledge online. The pledges are published on the Pledgeviewer.