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DigiEduHack 2020 webinar: how to build your challenge?

Learn how to build an efficient, engaging, impactful challenge! 

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DigiEduHack winners awarded at the European Commission

The winning teams from Mexico, Spain and Italy received their awards at the European Commission in Brussels on Tuesday 21st of January 2020. 

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Host registration for 2020 is open!

Join the movement: become a host!
Together we redefine learning.

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DigiEduHack host line: your direct access to personalised advice

You need some help for your DigiEduHack event? We're here for you!

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DigiEduHack Host Studio: your comm customised!

You need some help for your DigiEduHack event? We're here for you!

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DigiEduHack winners awarding ceremony in Brussels 20 January 2020

On 21 January 2020, Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for innovation, research, culture, education, youth and sport will be welcoming in Brussels the winning teams of #DigiEduHack 2019!

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Winners of DigiEduHack 2019: Italy, Spain and Mexico

Among 130 innovative solutions, co-created in local DigiEduHack events in 21 countries, 10 finalists were selected out from 33 winning local solutions. More than 4200 people all over the globe voted for their favorite solution. The winning teams are coming from Italy, Spain and Mexico.

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Photos from DigiEduHack main event

Did you attend the DigiEduHack main event at Aalto University in Finland? Now you can find all the photos from the two day event online. 

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Listen to the inspirational talks on digital education

At the DigiEduHack main event at Aalto University, we had a bunch of amazing key note speakers. If you missed their speeches, you can access all the video clips online on our YouTube channel.

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Vote in the DigiEduHack final Global Award Contest!

The DigiEduHack steering group experts have chosen 10 finalists among the 130 solutions coming from all over the globe. Now you get the chance to vote for the best! 

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130 innovative ideas redesigning the future of education

DigiEduHack gathered more than 1700 participants solving 60 challenges simultaneously during 24 hours, in 21 countries in Europe, Africa, Asia, South and North America.

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