«Structure and modalities of EntreCom4ALL»




Bernardo Tabuenca Archilla


The EntreCom4ALL project aims to improve the accessibility of entrepreneurial education to young or female entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial teachers or trainers by developing an online platform that provides access to OERs relevant for entrepreneurship. This platform will increase the visibility of relevant OERs for these target groups. While anyone can use the platform, an essential tool within the platform, the skill-assessment framework (SAF), is designed especially for the target groups. The SAF, adapted from the EntreComp framework, enables a self-assessment of the EntreComp competences, providing an overview of strengths and weaknesses before consulting the platform's OERs. Users will be able to assess themselves according to the different competences of entrepreneurship that have been developed and tailored to the target groups.


Author's Biography

Bernardo Tabuenca Archilla 

Bernardo Tabuenca has done his research at the CELSTEC (Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology) of the Open University of The Netherlands, where he completed his PhD with the theme «Ubiquitous Technology for Lifelong Learners». Previously, he graduated in Computer Engineering and obtained a Master in Online Teaching from the Universidad de Alcalá and another in Secondary Education from the UNED. Professor Tabuenca has more than 20 years of experience in the IT industry in companies such as Siemens AG, INDRA, Ericsson or STEF. He has participated in different european projects such as EntreCom4ALL, EMuRgency, STELLAR, LACE or Open Discovery Space. His current research areas are Technology-Enhanced Learning, Ubiquitous Technology, Open Education and Lifelong Learning. 

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