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About the DigiTeL Pro Project

DigiTeL Pro is a project about professional development for digital teaching and learning

The COVID-19 crisis has made universities switch to digital education and to re-organize their campus. In the May 2020 surveys of the European Commission, it turned out that in the first (semi-) lockdown period, 95,1% of the universities organized online and distance learning and 82,7% even online exams. All institutions set-up massive support for organizing online lectures, tutorials and videoconferencing with diverse pedagogical approaches. At all levels, emergency decisions were made. In the second wave of COVID-19, many universities wanted to keep students on campus for face to face teaching. After a few weeks only, this seemed impossible as Europe coloured red again. Universities allowed only half or one fifth of the students in face-to-face lectures, while others attended online. Now, most universities have to go in a complete lockdown again with online and distance education. Teaching staff feel this as a disruption, requiring an extreme workload to adapt to the situation. Students started to manifest for the right of having “quality education”. Watching a video or following a lesson via zoom is no longer felt as a solution as it was in the first wave.

This is where the DigiTeL Pro Strategic Partnership (Professional Development for Digital Teaching and Learning) comes in. It brings together excellent groups of experts from universities, well-known for research and innovation in digital education and having developed good practices in digital solutions during the Corona crisis.

The project is funded under Erasmus+ Programme, 

KA2 - Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
KA226 - Partnerships for Digital Education Readiness

Project Number: 2020-1-NL01-KA226-HE-083080 
Project Duration: 24 months 
Start date: 01-04-2021
End date: 31-03-2023
Coordinator: European Association of Distance Teaching Universities (EADTU)

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