This is a self-assessment tool aimed at academics working in higher education. It consists of 25 questions and aims to help you reflect on your digital competencies as an academic and highlights the ways in which you can enhance your teaching practice through the use of digital technologies.
Digital Stepping Stones is a self-assessment tool developed by An Cosán which helps make it easy for people to find out what digital skills and competencies they have and where they might need or want to upskill. Completing this self-assessment takes approximately 15 minutes.
This tool from All Aboard is an assessment which helps you chart your personal digital skills profile and think about how you might develop your knowledge, skills, and confidence. This assessment takes approximately 5-10 minutes to complete and will help you find appropriate All Aboard courses to undertake based on your own digital skill needs.
This self-assessment tool will provide you with an overview of the strengths and weaknesses of your digital skills and knowledge, through the lens of the Digital Competence Framework for Citizens (DigComp)’s five digital competency areas (Information & Data Literacy, Communication & Collaboration, Digital Content Creation, Safety, and Problem-Solving). This assessment takes around 30 minutes to complete.
MyDigiSkills (mydigiskills.eu) is a self-assessment tool which helps you to better understand your own digital skills level based on your knowledge, skills, and attitude in each of the five areas (Information & Data Literacy, Communication & Collaboration, Digital Content Creation, Safety, and Problem-Solving) which make up the European Digital Competence Framework for Citizens, AKA DigComp. It takes about 20 minutes to complete and will give you a report on your digital skills at the end.