The trademark “ICARONTE INFORMATION COMPETENCES” has been deposited at EUIPO (European Union Office for Intellectual Property).
During the First RAISE workshop held in Stockholm (5-6 December 2019), the CARONTE project coordinator presented the project activities and contents to the RAISE consortium.
Digital information competence is the capability to use digital information, content and data critically and effectively to perform information-related job tasks. It is one of the key competencies promoted by the European Digital Agenda.
In companies there is a frequent need to f experts on a specific topic or to identify research groups and institutions at the forefront in a specific technology, process or material in the world or in their own Country.
Searching for patents is an operation which supports R&D managers and researchers when identifying the state of knowledge on a specific technology / process or on the emerging trends of a sector.
Scientific updating intended as the ability to "monitor" a specific area of interest for a specific period of time, collecting information, updates, trends, etc. is a competence that can become crucial in business and research.