Who can host?
DigiEduHack is an inclusive event, open to a wide range of hosts from schools to universities, libraries, institutions, education associations, edutech start-ups, companies, NGOs, ...
Main DigiEduHack hosts
WELCOME ON BOARD!
Whether you are representing a library, a university, an edutech start-up company, or another stakeholder, there are specific requirements for hosting a DigiEduHack event
What will you need for organising?
- a "core crew" that is responsible for organising the event: a project manager, a communication manager and a consultant/mentor
- an event day crew: facilitators, mentors, volunteers, photo/videographer (if offline event) and an editor
- for an offline event: an enough equipped venue, snack and beverages, stationary supplies
- for an online event: a centralised platform to communicate with your participants
- participants (ok, this one is a bit obvious :)
- you might need a dedicated budget to run your event in the best possible conditions
- local prizes and local awards
- get a better overview of the hosting process in our Quick Guide for Hosts
HOW DOES IT WORKS?
- Check the themes, start planning your event, get access to our host-dedicated resources
- Start crafting your challenge: follow our free challenge building online course
- Use our online tools to build your event page on the DigiEduHack website
- Your event is open. Now get participants on board! (we have tons of tools and insights to help you!)
- Find a challenge that suits you and join!
- No team no worry: you will find teammates in the DigiEduHack community
- Give your best on the 12-13 November 2020, online or offline
After the hackathons
- Each local host chooses a winning solution
- All the local winning solutions are submitted to the DigiEduHack steering group
- The DigiEduHack steering group chooses 10 finalist solutions
- The 10 finalist solutions are submitted to a public vote
- 3 winning solutions are designated, each get a DIgiEduHack Global Award and 5000€ for further development/implementation