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Digital Education Manifesto Published by Maltese Presidency of EU

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Malta’s presidency of the EU has published a Digital Education Manifesto, presenting the results of a two-day gathering of global policy-makers, thought leaders and people active in education, that was held earlier in the year.

The manifesto considers, among other topics, how digital technologies can be used in transforming education systems, and how open education can be used in creating a more innovative and flexible education process. It states, “The key question for the future of digital education is not how to adapt education to digital technologies and a digital world, but how to leverage digital technologies to fundamentally change educational systems so that they may again fulfil their promise of continually expanding human potential.”

The full report can be downloaded from the website of the Maltese Presidency of the EU.

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