E-skills is a broad term. But let’s keep it simple. Basically, it’s all you need to know to be able to use digital technologies like computers, smart-phones, GPS, media players and many others. They can be quite simple and commonly used. For instance, many of you know how to navigate around the web, send an e-mail or write a text in MS Office. However, there are advanced and very particular e-skills like graphic design, software engineering, programming, etc. Usually you have to go to university or attend some special courses in order to acquire them.