The conference on education and the digital society, organised by the University of Athens (UoA), was attended by a large number of experts in the field of education. It provided a unique platform to explore the profound impact of technology on education.
Sponsored by the TransEET project, the event proved to be a resounding success, offering in-depth discussions, insightful presentations, and fruitful networking opportunities. Exciting sessions covered topics such as innovative educational technologies, digital literacy, artificial intelligence, and ethical considerations. Collaboration and networking were encouraged, creating an inspiring atmosphere for sharing ideas and making valuable connections.
Significant sponsorship by the TransEET Project underscored their commitment to transforming education through technology. The Education and the Digital Society conference left a lasting impression and highlighted the potential of technology to empower learners, educators, and communities.
Gratitude is extended to the University of Athens, the organizers, and the TransEET project for orchestrating such a remarkable event while looking forward to continuing the dialogue and shaping the future of education in the digital age.
Representatives from the University of Athens (UoA), Professor Chronis Kynigos and researcher Maria-Stella Nikolaou, recently visited the Linz School of Education in Linz, Austria, as part of the esteemed TransEET project. Their visit took place from May 15th to May 19th, 2023.
During their stay, Professor Chronis Kynigos and Maria-Stella Nikolaou delivered captivating lectures at the Design and Visualization in STEAM Education Conference, shedding light on the application of emerging technologies in education. These lectures specifically highlighted the core principles and values of the TransEET project. Notably, the University of Athens representatives also engaged in fruitful discussions with their counterparts from Johannes Kepler University. These conversations revolved around the formulation of preliminary plans for future collaborative projects, research endeavors, and enhanced cooperation between the two institutions.
Overall, the visit of Professor Chronis Kynigos and Maria-Stella Nikolaou to the Linz School of Education served as a contribution to the promotion of educational advancements facilitated by the TransEET project, while also paving the way for exciting future collaborations in the field.