Research

The EDUDITRA (EDUcation DIgital TRAnsformation) project is a joint endeavour between Haaga-Helia Universtiy of Applied Sciences and Eduix Ltd.

In this project, we study the digitalization of education in a holistic manner. We examine information system development and utilization, digitalization methods and procedures, education processes and their environments, different roles and expectations, and changes in individual and organizational level. The goal is to find out how digital transformation in education should be done, especially in the context of emerging economies.

The project is undertaken in close co-operation with the Namibian company Glowdom, while researchers have a very active role in designing interventions and measuring impact on the participating schools.

Meanwhile in Namibia

The co-operation project with Haaga-Helia, Eduix Ltd. and Glowdom has progressed to first concrete pilot tests. During February, Altti Lagstedt had a very busy time in Namibia, together with Sebulon David of Glowdom. They met interesting groups, refined the Ahaa ecosystem model and planned the pilot tests of both Formjack and Wihi products with education … Continue reading Meanwhile in Namibia

Greetings from Mindtrek

By Altti Lagstedt I held a presentation at the Smart City Mindtrek, where I talked about “Digitalizing teaching and learning processes in emerging markets”. There I discussed our innovative expert-oriented approach to develop meaningful information systems.

An exciting cooperation agreement

In January 2020, Eduix Ltd. and Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences started a very special cooperation. The main target of this innovative partnership is to find sustainable ways to digitize education processes in emerging markets.

Haaga-Helia and Eduix commission research on the digitalization of education processes

Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences and Eduix have started a two-year partnership regarding a commissioned study that aims to develop new ways to digitize education. Read more about the project on Haaga-Helia’s website.

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