The three-day University:Future Festival consisted of four parts. What they have in common is that the program was largely fed by submissions from our community.
On November 2, the event kicked off with the EdTech part of the program, which was aimed at anyone interested in technical solutions. Here, visitors could try out innovative EdTech ideas and tools and get to know the people behind them.
Also on the afternoon of November 2, the Conference part took place.
The Conference part of the festival continued on November 3. The program was largely made up of submissions from the community. Confirmed speakers included participation educator Marina Weisband, Federal Minister of Education Anja Karliczek, education journalist Jan-Martin Wiarda and the rector of FernUni Hagen, Ada Pellert.
The festival ended on November 4 with the Workshop section, which created space for longer and interactive formats.
The three-day programme was rounded off by a Partner:Space, which invited you to take a virtual stroll, the Creative:Space for creative approaches and solutions, and by activating break and networking offers.
The University:Future Festival was organised by Hochschulforum Digitalisierung in partnership with Stiftung Innovation in der Hochschullehre. It was supported by numerous partners. The event will take place as part of the Berlin Science Week.