The city of Vienna provides free laptops and a digital learning platform for students in need.
The city of Vienna broadcasts lessons in major subjects and natural sciences for secondary students on the city’s TV channel.
A virtual school system matches teachers and students according to learning type and personality and offers digital spaces for pupils, teachers, and parents to interact, get information, and play.
In partnership with the Austrian Ministry of Education, SPORTUNION launched an online sports programme via Zoom and Facebook.
To support the education sector, non-governmental organisations and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Slovak Republic launched an online platform with up-to-date information and guidelines for schools, teachers, parents, and students.
A streaming platform delivers high-quality educational videos that help Austrian teachers and pupils to make digital teaching more effective.
The Oxford Research Centre of Humanities provides a variety of exciting competitions, articles, flash-fiction contests, podcasts and like online.
The city of Klagenfurt starts a service hotline which connects retired teachers with pupils who need educational support in main subjects.
A pedagogical website for kids provides useful information, curiosities, games and videos in a child-friendly way.
A participation process brought the voices of students to education policy makers with the aim to improve remote learning.
The Education and School Institution in Bologna keeps in touch with children and parents in order to maintain the relationship with them.
The BBC’s new home education programme is supported by celebrities to make it more engaging for the pupils.
As many EdTech projects are still unknown to teachers, parents and children, the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry provides an overview of potential offers.
A new global learning platform to help address COVID-19 education crisis is launched by UNICEF to keep children learning.
A virtual version of a photography exhibition combines a guided tour with artist interviews and workshops for children.
The WHO published a guidance manual with official information on Covid-19 prevention in educational facilities.
A workbook helps children learn about the coronavirus and how they can help to slow down its spread.
Countries at the forefront of digital education are sharing their tools for free in a time of the crisis.