DigiEduHack Main Event 2019

Organized by DigiEduHack
Harald Herlin Learning Center, Otaniementie 9, Espoo
From Oct 3rd 2019
To Oct 4th 2019
€6000 Cash Prize
DigiEduHack aims to create a Europe where citizens can learn, re-skill and adapt to our fast-paced digital world.
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Description

The DigiEduHack Main Event at Aalto University brings together more than 200 participants to solve five interesting challenges in digital education during 24 hours. The main event is interconnected with 50 other simultaneous DigiEduHacks around the world, connecting a community of more than 2500 people!

Why participate?

  1. Voice your opinions on how future education should be - your ideas will be taken into account in upcoming policy by European Commission.

  2. Win €1000 from each challenge and €5000 in Final Global Award Contest in Brussels. 

  3. Become EU’s Global Digital Education Ambassadors. 

  4. Participants to the Main Event get a unique DigiEduHack hoodie. 

  5. Sign-up before 25th September get a chance to win 6 Slush tickets. 

Deadline for submission: 30th September.

Challenges

Do you have the answer? Check out the challenges and formulate your solutions.
1
How to make kids read again with City of Kauniainen
Kids aren’t reading enough and the gap between boys and girls are drastically widening. How can we make them interested in reading again?
2
New tech for learning with Aalto Online Learning
Can you help Aalto University transform their education offerings utilizing emerging techs to lead the future of education?
3
ICT Education for all with FiTech/Aalto University
ICT affects everyone’s life but those who are skillful in ICT is very limited. How can we make ICT education more accessible and attractive to all across gender, age, and cultures?
4
EU student online collaboration with EIT Digital
Design the future of Erasmus student exchange, towards carbon-free students' mobilities, e-collaboration and networking across European Universities.
5
Future of Work, Building Competences with Aalto University
AI and automation might take over some jobs but there will be a need in different skill areas. How can we re-skill or up-skill competences on micro/macro scale?

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