Join the EduHack Network and discover how to hack education with digital pedagogies

EduHack is a capacity-building programme for educators in Higher Education who want to experiment with innovative approaches and tools to produce digitally-supported learning experiences. EduHack is extending its membership by launching the EduHack Network, open to anyone who shares the same interest in helping academics in Higher Education enhance their digital skills and competences.

EduHack has been developed by a partnership of European universities and expert centres with the support of the European Commission and is built on the European Commission’s digital competence framework for educators (DigCompEdu), a scientifically sound framework that describes what it means for educators to be digitally competent and has rapidly become a de facto standard for professional development.

The EduHack learning experience includes:

● a freely available online course with 19 activities each with its own set of practical exercises on everything from creating digital resources to critically evaluating online tools. Each module is made up of sections for both reflection and action, encouraging the learner to put what they have learned into practice.

● a tool box with lots of information and resources that can be used to set up your own learning experience including a practical guide to running a successful EduHackathon. The tool box also includes guidance on evaluation and assessment based on digital open badges.

● a community of users and practitioners who are adopting EduHack currently operational in English, Spanish and Italian. This community uses different online collaborative spaces to share, compare and review what is learned.

The EduHack Network is free to join, open to all and designed in order to ensure the sustainability and wider take-up of EduHack tools and services.

Network members receive regular updates highlighting recent developments and can request support and advice on setting up their own learning experiences based on the EduHack approach. For more information visit