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News from digilearnscot for August 2022 August 15, 2022

Welcome back to the new academic year! Here are some of our upcoming opportunities that you may wish to attend and / or share with… Read more

30 August 2022, 15:30 – 16:00 Microsoft Office Specialist Program (MOS) Information Launch Event August 9, 2022

Microsoft Office Specialist Program (MOS) Launch, 30th August 2022, 15.30 – 16.00pm  This Informative event from DigiLearnScot, Microsoft and Prodigy (Microsoft exam and training partners)… Read more

30 August 2022, 16:15 – 16:45 Microsoft Certified Educator Program (MCE) Launch event August 9, 2022

Microsoft Certified Educator Program (MCE) Launch, 30th August 2022, 16.15 – 16.45pm  This Informative event from DigiLearnScot, Microsoft and Prodigy (Microsoft exam and training partners)… Read more

Digital Critical Friends – ScotlandIS and DYW Glasgow August 3, 2022

What is this project? In response to the Logan Review, ScotlandIS has worked with DYW Glasgow to develop an innovative and responsive project to provide… Read more

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Scottish Digital Literacy Week 2022 #SDLW22 August 2, 2022

Scottish Digital Literacy Week 22 is happening! #SDLW22 Put a hold in your planner for the week of the 3rd of October 2022 and join… Read more

Cyber First Aid Box *NEW RESOURCE* August 2, 2022

The Cyber First Aid Box is designed to support families recover from online harms. Designed in partnership with Decode Cyber Solutions and Education Scotland’s Digital… Read more


In line with the Digital Learning and Teaching Strategy for Scotland, DigiLearn team at Education Scotland aim to:

  • Develop the skills and confidence of educators in the appropriate and effective use of digital technology to support learning and teaching
  • Improve access to digital technology for all learners
  • Ensure that digital technology is a central consideration in all areas of curriculum and assessment delivery
  • Empower leaders of change to drive innovation and investment in digital technology for learning and teaching


Computing Science

Have you visited our Computing Science site yet?

Computing is one of the most exciting subjects children and young people can learn about. Computers are all around us, embedded in the devices we use everyday, from kettles and toasters, to cars and buildings.

The DigiLearn team at Education Scotland aim to provide teachers with the knowledge and skills to bring this exciting, engaging and meaningful subject to life in, and out, of classrooms across the country. We will develop capacity across education for teachers to develop and embed computing science across the curriculum, with the support of training, resources and tailored guidance/support.


Go to Computing Science site

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