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Higher Education Institutes’ Digivision 2030

Aalto University is an active member of this joint program that aims to renew Finnish higher education with digitalisation and make Finland a model country for flexible learning.
Aalto-yliopisto/ Unto Rautio

The Finnish higher education institutes have launched the Digivision 2030 program, which is a joint, agreement-based program for higher education institutes. The key objective of Digivision is to open up national learning data reserves for use by individuals and society, enabling the development of pedagogy and the renewal of higher education institutes.

In 2030, Finland is a model country for flexible learning in 2030. Learners are provided with data on their own learning in a secure manner. This enables and supports their learning throughout their lives.

‘Aalto University has an important role in this joint effort with Finnish higher education institutes, and we are able to share learnings from our own Digital Aalto program. With this vision, Finnish education will become a global pioneer’, says president Ilkka Niemelä, who also chairs Digivision’s steering group.

  

Current issues

3 February 2021: Press release by Ministry of Education and culture (including information about project funding):

Digivision 2030 project implementation in higher education institutions launched

Webinars

Digivisio webinars are arranged monthly. Webinars are open for anybody interested. More information and webinar recordings can be found in Digivision’s website.

Webinars in summer/autumn 2021:

  • 16.06. at 13.00-14.00
  • 18.8 at 9.00-10.00
  • 14.09. at 11.00-12.00 
  • 12.10. at 11.00-12.00 
  • 18.11. at 15.30-16.30 
  • 14.12. at 11.00-12.00

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