The DEVELOP project is researching how to apply privacy- and ethics-by-design to the development of the project's learning platform. Our objective is to make data privacy a key component of the learning environment, and to help balance the privacy interests of employees with the talent management desires of employers.
DEVELOP’s new blog post "Developing careers through transversal competencies" has been posted on EPALE, the Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe. EPALE’s theme of the month was “Assessing adults’ skills”. DEVELOP’s innovative approach and techniques to measuring soft skills are presented in the blog post.
With this blog article, we want to inform you about the latest developments and results of the DEVELOP project. In this article, you will learn about the DEVELOP Personalised Learning Environment, Competency Management System, Social Network Analysis, Game-based Assessment, and Social Learning Tool. You will also get informed about the upcoming developments and events in 2018.
The DEVELOP project is creating new tools to assess and train work place competencies and aid the career development of an employee in large organisations. The project team has completed a first prototype of the DEVELOP Personalized Learning Environment, the project’s major solution to offer career guidance to employees. With this article, we want to invite you to join us for a brief walk-through of the DEVELOP environment, showcasing important features and expected benefits for users of the DEVELOP system.
How do you prevent the recommendations from the system (about career goal, or suitable learning interventions) and its assessments (for example about a user’s management style) becoming self-fulfilling prophecies? How can you mitigate the risk of limiting human agency and autonomy, if using such recommendation system? This article provides some first ideas.
The DEVELOP PLE is an online software tool which provides integrated services to support a person’s lifelong career development. The environment offers services such as the assessment of transversal competencies, the analysis of social capital based on an employee’s virtual social network, career path propositions and related learning activities. Personalised visualisations of potential career paths inform and guide learners towards realistic and attainable careers.
A ‘user-friendly’ software interface is a basic requirement from buyers and end users. As simple as it sounds, achieving this requires continuous iteration and refinement. This article reports on the latest user tests conducted by the DEVELOP project with its pilot users, in order to ensure these needs are being met.