DigiEduHack 2023: Putting people at the centre of digital education
The Digital Education Hackathon (DigiEduHack) focuses on the future of education in the digital age.
This fourth edition will take place 6-13 November, with more than 45 grassroot hackathons happening not only in Europe but across the world.
The theme of this year is ‘Putting people at the centre of digital education’.
Teams come from across the education and training spectrum, from schools, universities, NGOs, innovation centres, research labs and the private sector.
Join the opening and closing events online
Iliana Ivanova, Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, together with Pilar Alegría, Spanish Minister of Education and Vocational Training, will start the opening event on 6 November.
DigiEduHack 2023 will close with a main stage event on 13 November (13.30-17.00 CET) hosted by the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the EU in Madrid. The event will feature:
keynote speeches and panel discussions from high-level political representatives and speakers
highlights from the hackathons showcasing the spirit of DigiEduHack, with videos and testimonials from participants
Participating teams will identify key challenges in digital education and co-create solutions across disciplines and organisations. After each local hackathon, the hosts will choose a local winner who will represent them in the next stage of the competition.
At the end, 4 winners will be selected by public online vote among 12 finalists. They will receive the DigiEduHack Global Awards and support to implement their solutions.
DigiEduHack one of the European Commission’s flagship initiatives on digital education. It engages stakeholders such as schools, universities, NGOs, innovation centres, research labs, public authorities, private sector and others in a contest for innovative ideas.