Official name of the project: Digivisio
Duration of the project: 1.1.2021 - 31.12.2024
Project coordinator: Aalto
Project partners: Arcada, Centria, Diak, Haaga-Helia, Hanken, University of Helsinki, Humak, Hamk, HÅ, Univeristy of Eastern Finland, Jamk, University of Jyväskylä, Xamk, Kamk, Karelia, LAB, Lappi Univeristy of Applied Sciences, University of Lappi, Laurea, LUT, Metropolia, MPKK, Novia, OAMK, Univeristy of Oulu, Police University College, Uniarts Helsinki, University of Tampere, TAMK, Turku AMK, University of Turku, SAMK, University of Vaasa, VAMK, Åbo Akademi
Funding: Ministry of Education and Culture, Business Finland
Budget: 37 500 000 €
Contact person in VAMK:
Juha Vierola, Head of Student Services (Teaching and Learning Services)
tel. +358 207 663 604, firstname.lastname@example.org
Project website: https://digivisio2030.fi/en/frontpage/
Project code: OKM/37/523/2020
Digivision 2030 is a joint project of all Finnish higher education institutions, and its goal is to create a future for learning that benefits both higher education institutions, learners and Finnish society. All 38 universities in Finland have signed the project’s participation agreement, and the project office was established in 2020.
Digivision enables flexible learning and thereby offers the opportunity to accumulate skills for the needs of a changing world. The project strengthens the teacher’s role as a producer of high-quality content and an enabler of an internationally respected study experience, and with its help the level of higher education is guaranteed to rise and the employment of Finns improves – both in Finland and internationally.
In the Digivision 2030 project, all Finnish higher education institutions are building a future for learning together. The goal is a new era of learning, the core of which is the continuous development of digital pedagogy, and where everyone has the opportunity to both learn and accumulate their skills in an easily changing world.
The Digivision 2030 project is a joint project of all 38 Finnish higher education institutions, the goal of which is to form by 2030:
- National digital service platform,
- Guidance based on digital pedagogy, the learner’s path and shared data, and
- Change management support for higher education institutions.
The goal of the project is to make Finland a model country of flexible learning, whose higher education sector can cope in global competition by offering a superior learning experience to the learner, and by producing high-quality competence for Finnish employers.
In the Digivision 2030 project, joint platforms, operating models and other operating conditions are created in cooperation between higher education institutions, which enable flexible and learner-centered learning paths, while still maintaining the autonomy and profiling of higher education institutions. Each higher education institution decides for itself how to utilize these opportunities.
The result of Digivision is an internationally respected learning ecosystem, which in the first phase is based on Digivision’s digital services, shared studies, and interaction with companies and society. As a result of the project, long-term development and conditions for future service development have also been ensured. Solutions are built openly in such a way that they integrate with other already existing services and interfaces.