Action Plan for Digitalisation in Higher Education and Research

| June 30, 2019

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The Digitalisation strategy points out that the greatest returns are expected to result from the collaboration between the institutions and the new Directorate for ICT and shared services in higher education and research - Unit2 . Unit's responsibility for higher education and research covers the entire sector of knowledge, and the goals also apply to the health sector and the research institutes. In collaboration with institutions and representatives from the involved sectors, Unit presents an Action Plan for Digitalisation in Higher Education and Research.

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