The education ecosystem needs to continuously upskill and reskill itself in order to keep up with changing needs of our industries and the society.
During the 2-day workshop, participants will work to address this issue, with the support of coaches and experts. They will acquire methods and tools which can be used in problem-solving through an innovative, collaborative, and user-centred approach.
Who can participate
The Hub brings together practitioners, researchers, experts and policy makers in digital education from all over Europe. Everyone is welcome in this inclusive community of practice, even those who are simply interested in the topic.
There are 40 spots available.
You need to be a member of the Hub to participate. If you haven’t yet joined the Hub, it’s easy and completely for free! Hub membership will be granted within 5 working days.
All costs for accommodation and subsistence will be covered by the European Digital Education Hub. Travel costs within the EU will be 100% reimbursed upon presentation of receipts, boarding passes, etc.
Applicants should not book any travel arrangements prior to receiving confirmation of their participation.
The deadline for applications is 15 October 2023, 23.59 CET.
The European Union has designated 2023 as the European Year of Skills. The aim is to address skills gaps in the European Union which will help reskill people with the focus on digital and green technology.