The EETN is a project co-founded by the European Commission that brings together EdTech experts, innovators, higher-education professionals and students, in order to connect the best specialists with the most creative minds from all over the Europe and provide them with the most relevant EdTech content, to foster innovation in the field of higher education on the European market.

We would like this innovative platform to become a place where ideas, solutions, information and best practices in the field of EdTech can be exchanged between all the parties, to boost the development of the European EdTech sector.

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About EETN

Learn more about the mission and objectives of the European EdTech Network project.

Transnational collaboration between leading EdTech institutions enables us to foster EdTech development in Europe.

Promoting vocabulary development with EdTech

This paper reviews key principles in second language vocabulary learning that should be used to guide the design of EdTech products that aim at developing users’ vocabulary knowledge.

  • articles

April 19 , 2021

Thoughts on Distance Learning in Piano Studies

Teaching performing arts has its’ specific challenges when it comes to distance learning. How are instrument studies organized remotely? In this article Jouko Tötterström, Principle Lecturer at OUAS shares his experiences and tips on how to build a home studio that can be used teaching piano lessons online!

  • Case Study

May 05 , 2021

Food for Thought

EETN Insights - Oddgeir Tveiten

Nordic EdTech is one of the most advanced in Europe, but what is unique about Norwegian higher education sector in this context and what is the role of media in innovative education? Few words from a professor of Adger University about Norwegian tech strategy in higher education.

  • Food-for-thought

April 08 , 2021

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