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The Digital Education Hack resource repository compiles all the information needed to take part in, or organise a DigEduHack. The resource repository is part of the wider EU initiative Digital Education Hackathon, which aims to encourage the development of digital capacities from a young age. 

DigEduHack is a fun activity to promote digital and coding skills that can be organised for free for a wide range of audiences, in particular students. Participants can challenge each other and test their skills, and teachers can improve their own understanding of technology by monitoring the process and guiding the process in an informed way. Once users decide whether they want to organise a Dig EduHack in an online or offline format, they can find structured guidelines in the repository to make their event a success. Other resources include: a welcome toolkit, a list of tools, tips on organising a challenge related to the activity, and frequently asked questions.

The other partners of the DigiEduHack initiative are: EIT Climate-KIC, Aalto UniversityHochschulforum DigitalisierungGerman Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), DAAD: German Academic Exchange Service and Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin).

Digital skills resource details

Target audience
Digital skills in education.
Digital skills for all
Digital technology / specialisation
Digital skill level
Basic
Intermediate
Geographic scope - Country
Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Cyprus
Romania
Industry - field of education and training
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) not further defined
Software and applications development and analysis
Target language
English
Type of initiative
EU institutional initiative
Topology of competences
Programming, Coding, Digital skills
Methodology

A repository of resources, which can be replicated in different countries throughout the EU, interested in taking part in the Digital Education Hackathon initiative. 

Skills resource type
Training curricula
Organisation