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Aalto University School of Business joins Digital Education Council

The global alliance has a shared vision to drive sustainable innovation
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Digital Education Council (DEC)

The Digital Education Council (DEC) has a shared vision to drive sustainable innovation and AI adoption for higher education and workforce development. Initiated by SuperCharger Ventures, the world’s largest EdTech accelerator, DEC is committed to increase access to cutting-edge resources, knowledge sharing, and innovation.

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As a DEC member, the School of Business will have access to unique resources and opportunities to collaborate with leading institutions and experts in the field. The aim is to create shared practices that promote positive impact internationally.

‘Through participation in this alliance, the School of Business recognises that by uniting our efforts, we can achieve much more than we could individually,’ Tomas Falk, Associate Dean, Teaching and Education says.
 

For more information about the Digital Education Council and its initiatives, please visit
www.digitaleducationcouncil.com
 

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