The Department of Management of the University of Turin is organizing the second online edition of the Turin DigiEduHack, titled "DigiEduHack Goes Circular: Hacking Online Learning to foster Urban Food Circularity", that will take place on November 12-13th, 2020.
DigiEduHack is a series of hackathons happening all around the world simultaneously, focusing on co-creating the future of education in the digital age.
The Turin DigiEduHack, in collaboration with Intesa Sanpaolo, Too Good to Go and Smart Commons Lab, is supported by EIT Food and coordinated by Aalto University.
The need to increase circular economy knowledge, competences and skills using digital and smart technologies is stronger than ever before. The Turin DigiEduHack aims to identify innovative entrepreneurial approaches and educational methods to foster the implementation and governance of new business models for Urban Food Circularity.
Solutions will be judged by a jury of experts. Prizes will be awarded to the two winning teams, and the first team will also be able to compete in the final global DigiEduHack award contest.
The deadline for applications is November 8th 2020.