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Within the framework of the ADMIC project, design and implementation of a system for assessing and improving digital maturity

Miguel Altuna’s colleagues travel to Holland, to Groningen. Within the Erasmus ADMIC project, with the aim of designing and implementing a system for evaluating and improving digital maturity.

The COVID-19 crisis has fundamentally changed the expectations of our students and staff, while impacting the way our education and training is delivered and managed.

To support learners, staff and stakeholders, VET institutes need to deploy digital tools that support quality and inclusive education, increases operational efficiency and optimises the interactions between the institute and its students and staff using technology.

 However, there is a need to:

 Further develop leadership driven and articulated digital strategy and enhance digital culture and mindset.

  • Alter or develop new operating models that embrace experimentation and collaboration to optimise the digital journey of students, teacher, trainers and industry.
  • Develop the skills and capabilities amongst staff to realise digital ambitions
  • Enable scalable and multimodal digital capability.

 By strengthening the efficiency of VET’s Digital Transformation, the ADMiC project will provide an open and collaborative environment for VET staff across the EU to access resources that will increase innovation across the sector, by enhancing the quality and relevance of learning and teaching.