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Kluzer S., Pujol Priego L. (2018). DigComp into Action – Get inspired, make it happen. S. Carretero, Y. Punie, R. Vuorikari, M. Cabrera, and O’Keefe, W. (Eds.). JRC Science for Policy Report, EUR 29115 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 2018. ISBN 978-92-79-79901-3, doi:10.2760/112945. Retrieved from: Link

Stavridis, V. (2018). 10 Most Important Cyber Security Tips for Your Users. Cybint Solutions. Retrieved from: Link

Tactical Technology Collective & Front Line Defenders (2018). Create and maintain strong passwords. Retrieved from: Link

Tactical Technology Collective & Front Line Defenders (2018). Keep your digital communication private. Retrieved from: Link

Tactical Technology Collective & Front Line Defenders (2018). Use your smartphone as securely as possible. Retrieved from: Link

Tactical Technology Collective & Front Line Defenders (2018). Protect the sensitive files on your computer. Retrieved from: Link

Tactical Technology Collective & Front Line Defenders (2018). Protect yourself and your data when using social networking sites. Retrieved from:  Link

Tactical Technology Collective & Front Line Defenders (2018). Protect your device from malware and phishing attacks. Retrieved from: Link

Crossley, J. (2015). Teaching Basic Digital Skills to adults: A lesson from the Challenge Fund. Retrieved from: Link

Digibyte (2017). New report shows digital skills are required in all types of jobs. Retrieved from: Link

Digital Literacy (2019). Basic Computing. Retrieved from: Link

Ferrari, A. (2013). DIGCOMP: A Framework for Developing and Understanding Digital Competence in Europe. Retrieved from: Link

KEAN (2019). Effective Lesson Planning, Delivery Techniques and Classroom Management Suggestions. Retrieved from: Link

Lloyds Bank. (2019). Consumer Digital Index 2019. Retrieved from: Link

Skillsoft (2019). What are Digital Skills? A Comprehensive Definition for Modern Organizations. Retrieved from: Link

Soriano, C., Panaligan, J. (2019). Skill-makers in the platform economy: Transacting digital labor. Retrieved from: Link

Vuorikari, R., Punie, Y., Carretero Gomez S., Van den Brande, G. (2016). DigComp 2.0: The Digital Competence Framework for Citizens. Update Phase 1: The Conceptual Reference Model. Luxembourg Publication Office of the European Union. EUR 27948 EN. doi:10.2791/11517 Link

Carretero Gomez S., Vuorikari, R., Punie, Y (2017). DigComp 2.1:

The Digital Competence Framework for Citizens with eight proficiency levels and examples of use. Luxembourg Publication Office of the European Union. EUR 28558 EN. doi:10.2760/38842 Link

For teaching materials

Public Library Association (2018). Digitallearn.org. Retrieved from: Link

Goodwill Community Foundation, Inc. (2020). GCFGlobal.org. Retrieved from:Link    Attribution: “All GCFGlobal.org® content is available for free at  edu.gcfglobal.org.”

ABMES (2012). The 33 Digital Skills Every 21st Century Teacher Should Have. Retrieved from: Link

Carmichael, S. (2016). Five Tips for Teaching Digital Literacy Skills. Retrieved from: Link

Carretero, S., Vuorikari, R., Punie, Y. (2017). The Digital Competence Framework for Citizens. Retrieved from: Link

Department of Education (2019). References Essential Digital Skills Framework. Retrieved from: Link

Department of Education (2018). National Basic Digital Skills Standards. Retrieved from: Link

EU Science Hub (2019). The Digital Competence Framework 2.0. Retrieved from:Link

Lloyds Bank. (2019). Consumer Digital Index 2019. Retrieved from: Link

UK Publishing Service (2018). Essential Digital Skills. Retrieved from: Link