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DISCO makes your skills visible!
Reference Projects

The following projects use DISCO:

SAP Deutschland is using DISCO for its job and advanced training platform Academy Cube (http://academy-cube.eu) to describe skills and competences within its e-learning trainings, courses and curricula.

Screenshot SAP Academy Cube

whatchado (http://www.whatchado.com) is using DISCO for tagging and selecting videos. In the future whatchado is planning to become a multilingual platform, therefore the DISCO thesaurus with its 11 language versions is the ideal support for such further development.

Screenshot watchado-Website

The Europass Wizard of Europass Hungary offers the DISCO Thesaurus in four language versions - Hungarian, French, German and English - to support users in their creation of Europass CVs.

Screenshot Europass

OntoJob, a matching software developed by the Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH), RISC Institut der Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, FAW Institut der Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, and Institut für Psychologie der Karl Franzens Universität Graz, utilizes the DISCO I Thesaurus.

Screenshot SCCH

JobStairs (http://www.jobstairs.de) is providing DISCO vocabulary for filling in applications within its online job market. DISCO terms can be used via CV parser in order to fill in skills and competences within the respective categories of the application.

Screenshot JobStairs-Website

Skillsbank, a project funded by the European Commission that offers an ECVET-related tool kit targeting career guidance and individual training support, employs DISCO II to guarantee usage of common and transferable skills terms across different documents.

Screenshot Skillsbank

More info on DISCO here