HITSA introduces Estonian e-education at the international conference. This year the 6th e-Governance Conference “Giant leaps start with small steps” will be held online on 18 – 21 May 2020 at egovconference.ee.
"Estonia was relatively successful in switching into the distance mode of learning. Almost like we were prepared for it," said Mrs. Heli Aru-Chabilan, CEO of HITSA. "We could say that the crisis has been useful by evoking certain developments we have been talking in Estonia for years. The future of futurists suddenly became the reality for everyone when everything had to be transferred to remote learning almost overnight."
HITSA will be one of the exponents of the EXPO section of the conference giving an overview of how did schools in Estonia switched to remote learning and what are the success factors behind Estonian e-Education. In addition visitors to the conference, the EXPO section will get to know more about HITSA's new initiatives and projects. Find out more
Conference speakers include President of Estonia Mrs. Kersti Kaljulaid, Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy of African Union Mrs. Amani Abou-Zeid, CIO of Estonian Government Siim Sikkut, Expert on technology trends and corporate innovation David Rowan and ministers and other top visionaries and practitioners of digital transformation from Estonia and around the world.
This year’s conference celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first steps on the moon.
The e-Governance Conference is an annual event organized by e-Governance Academy (eGA) since 2015. The 6th e-Governance Conference is supported by the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, Government of Sweden, U-LEAD with Europe, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia and Tallinn City.A more detailed description of the topics with keynote speakers, experts involved in panels, and background materials is published at egovconference.ee.