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.

Self-Regulated Learning and its implications for edtech design and implementation

The purpose of this paper is to introduce constructs of self regulated learning to edtech designers, and to inspire evidence-based applications of these constructs.

  • articles

September 22 , 2020

i-Learn - personalized digital learning in Flemish education

Personalized learning for every child has been regularly put forward as one of the main keystones when developing the future of education. Via EdTech, the learning path of each student can be personalized and the teacher can adapt the course content to the learning preferences and level of each student.

  • Case Study

September 16 , 2020

Food for Thought

EETN Insights | Jannie Jeppesen

Jannie Jeppesen the CEO of the Swedish EdTech Industry explains Sweden’s current stance in terms of digitization of the education systems. She provides insights about Sweden’s National Digital Strategy that began in 2018 and highlights how the strategy has helped provide equal opportunities within the Swedish education system.

  • Food-for-thought

December 01 , 2020

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