Here you can find an overview of our projects. i-MOOC i-MOOC offers teachers a free and flexible way to develop their students' information and writing skills. Two courses have been developed for this purpose. MOOC for building information literacy skills MOOc as an introduction to writing school work For more information, read the detailed report on our German homepage or visit the i-MOOC website. Flexi-Navi The online navigator Flexi Navi supports companies on their way to agile vocational education 4.0. Flexibility and agility are becoming increasingly important in vocational education, as is digitization. The joint project "Flexi-Navi Vocational Training" enables companies of all sizes and industries in the DACH region of Germany, Austria and Switzerland to exchange ideas and learn from each other. This includes the Flexi-Navi online navigator, which training companies can use to determine where they stand for one or more occupational groups and compare themselves with other training companies in a benchmarking process by occupational group, industry and country. The navigator also shows how digitalization can be used to increase flexibility in training. For more information, visit the Flexi-Navi project homepage. DGFP Study Together with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Personalführung e.V. (DGFP), we conducted a study on the digital competencies of HR developers. The aim of the study is to examine these new competencies in more detail, to determine where they stand, and to derive recommendations for action for HR developers so that they can better prepare themselves for the digital transformation. More information you can find on our german homepage. Good Practice Study In February 2019, the "IT Education Offensive" program was clearly approved by the electorate of the Canton of St.Gallen, with a yes vote of around 70%. The aim here is to remedy the shortage of skilled workers in conjunction with the promotion of the canton of St.Gallen as a business location. We are supporting the Office for Vocational Education and Training in this process. Download Good Practice Study More information on the study can be found on our German homepage.