DOIT in an online webinar about “Children are makers”

DOIT’s coordinator Sandra Schön (Salzburg Research) and DOIT’s advisory board member Kristin Narr did a common webinar for the German initiative “Gutes Aufwachsen mit Medien”. Their talk (in German) from June, 14th, is available online and under an open license (CC BY 4.0).

The slides are available here:

The video of the webinar is available here:

CC BY 4.0 Gutes Aufwachsen mit Medien 2018, siehe

DOIT as part of the re:publica 2018 in Berlin

Sandra Schön, co-ordinator of the DOIT project (Salzburg Research), was asked to take part within a panel discussion at the international re:publica in Berlin – “The Most Inspiring Festival For The Digital Society”. It directly addressed DOIT issues (2018-05-04):

Description of the session (translation of the official version in German):

Digitisation of education alone is not enough: new concepts are needed for modern teaching. Educational enthusiasts* are already developing missing ideas and materials themselves; teachers, makers and teachers share instructions, network resources, worksheets and lesson concepts. But how sustainable is this bottom-up approach in terms of social impact? And how much “open” can education take? We want to discuss this with our guests and the audience.

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The discussion was done in German.

Screenshot der Videoaufzeichnung re:publica 2018, URL:

Publication: DOIT’s experiences with the European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework

(C) McCallum E., Weicht R., McMullan L., Price A., (2018). EntreComp into Action: get inspired, make it happen (M. Bacigalupo & W. O’Keeffe Eds.) , EUR 29105 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 20, URL:!fb73BK – title

Within the first week of March 2018, the project team of the  European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework published – with a contribution of DOIT!

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