Vânia Neto

Vânia Neto

Education Skills Lead |Learning & Skills Specialist |Microsoft Western Europe

Vânia Neto is currently Microsoft Education Skills & Learning Lead for Western Europe, responsible for the Education Skilling strategy and the relationship with Education Institutions, Faculty, Educators and Students. She is deeply involved the AI Skilling initiatives developed at Western Europe, as well as the agenda for Digital Skills, supporting Europe's Digital Transition goals. Vânia is a Digital Skills and Girls in ICT advocate.

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Reimagining computer science in the curriculum: 4 resources to help educators start the journey

Our world is changing fast. COVID-19 pandemic has rapidly accelerated Digital Transformation and all business sectors and institutions have shifted to hybrid work and digital delivery. This has had a huge consequence on required job skills. According to analysis by LinkedIn and Microsoft, 149 million more digital jobs will be created by 2025, in fields […]

Vânia Neto

Vânia Neto

Education Skills Lead |Learning & Skills Specialist |Microsoft Western Europe

How FH JOANNEUM is preparing a new class of highly skilled professionals

How FH JOANNEUM is preparing a new class of highly skilled professionals

“Nowadays, if you want to pursue a career in medical informatics, you need to be highly skilled in software engineering, machine learning and more. Fortunately, that’s where the Microsoft courses are making the difference for me – helping me to start my learning journey and acquire the basis knowledge to later build expertise upon.” Daniel […]

Vânia Neto

Vânia Neto

Education Skills Lead |Learning & Skills Specialist |Microsoft Western Europe

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Hybrid learning and GDPR: maintaining security and compliance in disruptive times

Like most areas of society, over the past six months the education sector has had to face challenges unlike any before. Students thrive when they have access to personalized learning. As schools have moved quickly to adapt to remote learning, using technology to create new experiences that meet students’ needs has become more important than […]

Vânia Neto

Vânia Neto

Education Skills Lead |Learning & Skills Specialist |Microsoft Western Europe

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