Overview of the Digital Education Action Plan 2021-2027

Overview of the Digital Education Action Plan 2021-2027

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National Forum

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Teaching & Learning

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Digital Learning, National Forum Insights, T&L Practice

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This Forum Insight provides an overview of the Digital Education Action Plan 2021-27: Resetting education and training for the digital age (DEAP), published by the European Commission on 30 September 2020. The DEAP acknowledges the key enabling factors for effective digital education and presents a vision for enhancing digital teaching and learning and for improving digital literacy and skills at all levels of education. This Insight summarises the key points of the action plan and references related work in the Irish higher education sector.

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