Today I had the pleasure to take part in an interesting webinar on the “Digital Services Act” project organized by the AI Law Tech Foundation, attorney Roman Bieda. Together with Dr. Damian Flisak, we discussed the key areas of the new project, from the content blocking procedure, through due diligence obligations imposed on online platforms,Read more about Webinar on Digital Services Act (EU Parliament Proposal)[…]
Regardless of the ongoing pandemic, 2021 was a year of intensive training carried out as part of the “Code to the Future” projects in six regions (NUTs) in Poland. We trained the most teachers, children and adults in the Warsaw West, Lódzki and Siedlecki subregions, and then in the Świecki and Elbląski subregions. We haveRead more about Code to the future – short report[…]
Earn a Digital Educator Certificate. Sign up for our free coding training for kids in grades I-III and help teachers teach kids the basics of visual programming. First we will train you in ScratchJR and Lego WeDo and then you will help kids in poor regions of Poland. Applications on Foundation’s email!
Students are invited to sign up for an internship to support teachers in teaching children programming in elementary school grades one through three. Internship details: Remote form (students are required to have access to a computer and internet) Students will begin their internship with a 2-hour training on teaching teachers and children to program. FirstRead more about Student internships opened![…]
When striving for digital accessibility, whether due to legal requirements or market expectations, we look first to the WCAG 2.1 standard, echoed in European standards (the 2018 Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 is part of EN 301 549). However, the division of success criteria, as this is the term used by the WCAG standard, isRead more about Accessibility of web forms in WCAG 2.1[…]