Digital Aalto - It's happening
At Aalto, we’ve already come far in our digitalisation journey. We have a strong research environment and attractive educational offerings supported by digitalisation, as well as a track record of running teaching and research activities online. We use modern digital platforms for a range of services: communication and collaboration, human resources, campus access, partner management and university administration.
Digitalisation continues to be a key driver and enabler of Aalto’s strategic goals. It provides a foundation that enables us to establish centres of excellence, develop our research infrastructure, improve our quality of learning and student experience, and build innovation, creative, and entrepreneurial ecosystems.
Aalto continues to invest in open, state-of-the-art physical and digital infrastructures and services, as well as the digital competence of our staff and students. Our next goal is to become a forerunner as a data-driven university.
Highlights & stories regarding digitalisation
Digital transformation happens everywhere - in teaching, learning, research, creative practices, collaboration, services and at the campus.
Read Mohammad Bakharzy's blog post about Azure Lab Services, an easy and quick service to create, manage and tear down virtual machines for classrooms.
Intelligence is usually seen as the ability to think and learn. But as the world is changing at a pace like never before, the most crucial skill may be the ability to think again and unlearn.
Furthering the reach of our academic community's own voice, Ourblogs.aalto.fi site hosts the blogs written by members of Aalto University: faculty, staff and students.
Digital accessibility guidance for Aalto web sites, e-services, mobile applications and documents to implement the national Act on the Provision of Digital Services (306/2019).
Higher Education Institutes’ Digivision 2030 - building the future of learning
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.