Self assessment

Have you wondered whether you have expert knowledge on the topics of:
– Information and data literacy
– Communication and collaboration
– Digital content creation
– Safety
– Critical thinking
Now, you have the chance to test yourself! Use this tool to find out the skills and knowledge you lack and get an insight of what your next steps should be!

Information and data literacy:

Do I know how to implement a digital ICT tool without help?

Do I know how and where to find digital tools for educators?

Do I know how to access and use data on various devices, no matter where I’m?

Do I know the importance of having knowledge of usage of digital tools when interact with people with disabilities?

Can I compare, classify and recommend different tools to my colleagues?

Do you believe you know all the functions of the programs/tools, platforms/ you use?

Communication and collaboration:

Do I know how to access and use data on various devices, no matter where I’m?

Can I exchange the content and information in a responsible way?

Can I use social networks in a responsible way towards others?

Do I know how to create a digital identity which is faithful to reality?

Do I know what is one’s digital identity and how to create it in a responsible way?

Do I know what role social networks play on my digital reputation?

Digital content creation:

Can I identify risks associated with e-commerce?

Can I list the challenges that students face when attending e-learning?

Can I define what learning platform development is?

Can I list the steps which are nessesery to develop a digital platform?

Can I name a free tool that can be used to develop e-learning ?

Do I know all the types of e-learning?


Do I know how to protect myself from becoming ICT addcited?

Do I know some types of technology addiction?

Can I list at least 3-5 signs which might indicate that an adult is experiencing cyberbullying?

Can I name 3 reasons/ grounds on which people are being cyber-bullied?

Can I list the main measures to protect myself from being cyber-bullied?

Do I know what measures are needed to protect my privacy on social media?

Problem solving: :

Do I know how to fact-check information found on the Internet? 

Can I describe what critical thinking skills are?

Do I know the strategies for evaluating sources?

Can I identify some methods to help with the learning in an online environment?

Can I find new technologies that I need at work efficiently?

Can I identify the challenges of using these technologies at my work?

Information and data literacy:

You know there are digital tools to help you be better and more prepared in your work, but you don’t use them enough or you’re not familiar with all their features. It might be a good idea to watch a variety of videos detailing how a particular tool works, attend a digital tool training course, or seek out an acquaintance, colleague, friend to help you go deeper into the world of digital.

You have some essential knowledge of the operation of digital tools, but you cannot freely and confidently use them in your daily life. You have the information which can be useful to you, but you do not deepen their study. You have stopped at a level that is satisfactory, but does not allow you to freely use the functions of the digital tools. We suggest  you search for, implement and even experiment with tools that are new or unknown for your field of work. Have a look for online free courses for digital skills and improve them in the area of education and training.

Your knowledge is at a high, even professional level. Congratulations! Its allows you to freely combine and use the tools’ functionalities. You can always try to find and adapt a new tool to your work. Your knowledge can be of great benefit to your colleagues. Find a way to share with them how to make their work easier, encourage them to take advantage of new digital solutions.

Communication and collaboration:

Your communication and collaboration skills are a bit basic.

Collaboration skills are what you use to work with others effectively and include written communication, verbal communication, active listening, feedback and inclusiveness skills.

You should improve these skills, they will serve you in the workplace and in your personal life. Try to find a way to develop relationships with other people to complete shared tasks.

A person who is good at collaborating in the workplace is an influential team member, communicator, decision maker, and leader. We recommend checking out our MECO online training course to improve your communication and collaboration skills with the help of a mentor or teacher who can guide you through the process.

Your communication and collaboration skills are on a beginner level. 

Every job requires collaboration to understand the company’s goals and each person contributes to achieving those goals. A person who communicates well verbally can give their colleagues clear, straightforward updates in team meetings and show empathy in their tone when talking about problems or difficult work situations. 

You knowledge is a basic level, but you could improve with a bit more support. You should upgrade your communication and collaboration skills with more instruments and tools that will help you managing your business. Have a look at our MECO online training course and improve your skills.

Your communication and collaboration skills are on a professional level. Congratulations!

You are able to cooperate with other people in order to achieve common goals and work in a team. You are able to create an atmosphere conducive to effective teamwork. You are also good at developing relationships with other people in order to complete shared tasks.

You are very good at formulating your own thoughts and communicating them in an understandable and clear way. You are able to adapt your statements to different contexts and communication styles of the people you talk to. You are able to maintain the consistency of verbal and non-verbal messages.

Even if you have developed these skills, you can always learn more and upgrade your skills with the latest trends. 

Have a look in our MECO online training course and become leaders in the workplace.

Digital content creation:

You know that there are some risks associated with websites, however you don’t seem to be aware of what kind of risks are there. In order to successfully develop a safe and well-built platform, this knowledge is necessary.

It might be a good idea for you to visit our modules on the topics in order to up-skill your knowledge and understand the risks associated with the different types of websites. By studying our modules, you will also understand how to identify dangerous websites and gain knowledge on the necessary considerations you need to take for the development of an e-learning platform for adults and become aware of what kind of actions you can take to minimize the risk of getting in danger online.

Your digital content creation skills are basic. You are aware of the various risks associated with websites and you have some knowledge of the actions you can take to minimize the risks, however you have not mastered the knowledge on how to develop an e-learning platform for adults.

In order to build a good e-learning platform it is needed that you understand the different types of e-learning in order to create content that is suitable for your audience. In addition it is necessary to understand what platform development requires. We advise you to have a look at our modules on the topic. They will support you in gaining the necessary knowledge you need.

Your knowledge is on a professional level! Congratulations!

You are able to identify the risks associated with e-commerce and name the challenges that students face when attending e-learning. You are also aware of the considerations needed when developing an online e-learning platform for adults and you know what the needed steps are.

There is always room for more knowledge and development. Therefore we recommend you to have a look at the different modules that the MECO partnership has developed and see which topic can help you become even more knowledgeable and successful in the digital world of education!  


Your knowledge of the subject is basic. You should definitely read the modules about ICT-related addictions and Cyberbullying of and by adults in order to take care of your emotional, psychological and, of course, digital safety! They will help you understand the effects, harms of the long hours spent  in front of digital devices. Also, how to form healthy habits and protect yourself from becoming technology-addicted.

In addition, after getting acquainted with the information provided in the modules mentioned above, you will be able to recognise the signs of adult cyberbullying and actions you would take to prevent from becoming the victim of cyberbullying yourself. If cyberbullied – you will know what you can do so that this unpleasant situation would not happen again in the future.

You have some essential knowledge, but not sufficient either. You know or heard something about ICT-related addictions and cyberbullying, know some terms  and you have an opinion about these topics, but we recommend to go a little bit deeper into those topics in order to fully comprehend the negative effects of too much time spent online and to help yourself form healthy habits to prevent unnecessary addictions.

Also, you know cyberbullying of/by adults exists because of the certain actions people do online, but have you ever wondered what you can do to prevent from happening this in the future? If you would just read modules 1 and 2 of our course – this would definitely help you to broaden your perspective.

You are self-aware and conscious user of digital technologies who limits his/her time online, has certain measures in place to avoid spending too much time on social media or playing online games in order for this not to become a bigger problem. 

You are also conscious of what you share online, know that once posted online – it stays there forever and that it might become the grounds to bully somebody! Great!

But if you would like to check Module 1 and 2 in order to verify these wonderful words about yourself – you are more than welcome to read them and give us your feedback!

Problem solving: :

Your critical thinking skill are basic! Those skills are stunted by underuse or lack of understanding about how to use them properly. Critical thinking requires you to look at a situation or problem, gather information about it, and analyze and assess the information to come to an unbiased conclusion.

You can improve your critical thinking skills with some tools to support you in your following objectives;

  • Construct a clear thesis and generate main ideas to defend it.
  • Organize supporting ideas into a coherent structure.
  • Consider and robust counterarguments.
  • Explore logical connections between ideas to develop robust arguments.

You will learn more with our MECO online training course!

Your critical skills are on a beginner level. There are numerous biases and unconscious beliefs that can get in the way of our thinking and influence our decisions. Our emotional state has a massive effect on our thinking and can even cause us to make uncharacteristic decisions. That’s why separating emotion from fact is a big part of the critical thinking process, and you are in this process.

The confirmation bias controls how we research a problem and ensures that we seek out only the information that confirms the opinions we already hold.

Keep learning with our MECO free online courses.

Your critical thinking skills are on a professional level. Congratulations!

You are be able to perform the following tasks methodically and with as little bias as possible, evaluate information, Analyze beliefs, opinions, data and facts, Identify weak arguments, Draw conclusions and reflect.

However, you still need to train them  so they continue to develop throughout your professional life with our MECO online resources

MECO Project – 2021-1-LT01-KA220-ADU-000033396