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DigiEduHack 2024

Seize the opportunity, let's support people-driven digital transformation in education together!

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Want to be at the forefront of innovation in digital education?

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Organisations that are passionate about digital education and want to organise a local DigiEduHack event, to help develop solutions to a particular challenge and contribute to the digital education transformation.


Be in the driving seat of digital education. Solve a challenge by bringing talented people together, supporting innovation and creativity and contributing to creating a more sustainable society.


Craft your challenge, organise your 24-hour local hackathon, recruit participants, host your event and communicate the best solution to your challenge.


It's easier than you think! All you need is a few dynamic teams, plus some mentors, speakers, and judges. There is plenty of support available for potential hosts at every step. Click the Register button below and join us!


Whether you want to host in-person gatherings, virtual events or a mix, organise a challenge that suits your style.


November 2024 - more details to come soon.

Join the digital education revolution today!

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Host's website guides
Blueprint roadmap
Host guide
Challenge examples
Host Project Plan
Sponsorship package
Marketing Kit
IP Guidelines
Coaching calls
Evaluation grid & solutions canvas
I Voted Kit - Spread the word about the finalists!


When should my hackathon take place?

What should be the duration of my hackathon?

Will there be any workshops or training sessions provided to prepare for the hackathon?

What software should I use for my webinars, matchmaking, etc., if I don't do onsite sessions only?

Can participants work on existing projects, or do they have to start their solution from scratch?

What are the costs associated with hosting a hackathon?

What is required in terms of human resources and effort?

I work in a school, can we participate?

Is there a minimum number of participants or teams required?

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