Higher education institutions for the next pilot of Digivisio’s services selected 

The Digivisio services are developed with a close co-creation model between higher education institutions. The basic principle is that the solutions will be implemented to a limited extent in the pilot higher education institutions before extensive production use. In addition to experimenting with and developing technical implementation, the aim of the piloting is to promote qualitative development and operational change. At the turn of the year, the application process for the technical release component 2.0 pilot of Digivisio’s first implementation, the continuous and flexible learning tray, was carried out.

The pilot has two focus areas:

  1. Tray development: Educational offering: open university of applied sciences and university studies; jointly produced modules
    • bringing open university of applied sciences and university studies to the tray
    • integrations of Peppi and Sisu systems
    • processing registrations and using the identification relay service
    • building a jointly produced education and training provision
  2. Internal development: Production of digitally supported courses on offer
    • support for pedagogy and development of new ways of producing courses on offer
    • identifying new forms of competence verification
    • applying common rules to education and training brought to the tray

The General Assembly selected the pilot HEIs at its meeting on 15 February 2023. The piloting of the technical release component 2.0 of the continuous and flexible learning tray will be implemented in the following higher education institutions: 

  • JAMK University of Applied Sciences
  • Turku University of Applied Sciences
  • FiTech network university (Aalto University, University of Eastern Finland, University of Jyväskylä, LUT University, University of Oulu, Tampere University, University of Turku, University of Vaasa and Åbo Akademi University)
  • The Lapland University Consortium LUC

In the future, higher education institutions will be able to follow the pilot through the pilot monitoring group. Its operation is scheduled to start in April.

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Project Manager Eeva Tuori-Pastila