Digitalisation efforts in education
Today's fourth industrial revolution is changing the way people relate to each other, to life and to work at an unprecedented pace. This is also having many implications for education.
On the one hand, there is a constant change in the knowledge and skills needed in the labour market, and on the other, technological progress is opening up a range of new possibilities in terms of learning and teaching methods. The situation created by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 has further accelerated the process of digitalisation in education: the development of digital infrastructure in educational institutions has been stepped up and the digital competences of teachers have been strengthened.
The European Union has also made digitalisation of education a priority, and has set up the Digital Agenda for Education, which provides policy support to EU Member States to adapt their education and training systems to the digital age in a sustainable and effective way for the period 2021-2027.
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