Aalto Main Event - The Future of Work - DigiEduHack 2019

Aalto Main Event - The Future of Work

Join us on 03 October 2019

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The Future of Work - Building Competences

Technological, cultural and structural changes affect the way we work. Automation and AI will lift productivity and economic growth, but millions of people worldwide may need to switch occupations or upgrade skills. We know that the growing use of new technologies changes the structures and practices of work around us. There are changes in the way people work as well as in the types of pressures they are facing. There is an urgent need for universities to ask themselves, what kinds of future managers or employees are we educating?

The Future of Work - Building Competences

We are looking for participants to solve our digital education challenge - sign up now, we only have a limited amount of seats. Participants from various backgrounds are welcome. Most important thing is that you are interested in building better education for work-life.

Student

Teachers or educators

Researchers

Innovators

Education professionals

Other

Challenges

These exciting challenges are waiting to be solved by you.

Technological, cultural and structural changes affect the way we work.

Automation and AI will lift productivity and economic growth, but millions of people worldwide may need to switch occupations or upgrade skills. How can we re-skill or up-skill competences on micro/macro scale?

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Schedule

DigiEduHack event lasts for 24 hours, filled with exciting challenges to solve and lots of fun and exciting program. We are following the agenda of the DigiEduHack main event - to check out the full agenda, please visit: https://digieduhack.com/en/digieduhack-main-event-2019

03 October 08:00

Doors opening

03 October 10:00

DigiEduHack Opening Ceremony

Prizes

-The winning team(s) will get a spot to present their solutions at the Learning@Aalto Gala 2019 at Aalto University on December 18th, 2019.
- 1000€ cash prize for the winning team.
- 1 ECTS point for Aalto University students.
- The best team can win 5000€ in the final global award contes.

Mentors & Jury

Our Mentors and Jury members are people who work actively in developing education to a more work-life relevant direction.

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Laura Sivula

Mentor & Jury

Program Director, Aalto University

Solja Sulkunen

Jury

Head of Customer Experience, Claned

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Niina Pitkänen

Mentor

Work-life Specialist, Aalto University

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Laura Kitinoja

Mentor

Program Manager (DBMC), Aalto University

Venue

Harald Herlin Learning Centre

Address

Otaniementie 9
FI02150 - Espoo

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