As a knowledge centre, FHICT wants to be the forerunner when it comes to implementing ICT technology in our own programmes and research. In this regard, FHICT is the testing ground for digital environments and instruments that make education richer, more flexible and more personal. The implementation of ICT is also aimed at creating a close-knit community, because the processes support it, such as learning from each other, collaborating and exchanging knowledge. It is also a source of research. Examples include privacy, ethics and data analysis. As a testing ground, FHICT contributes to the Digital Transformation in the region based on our own knowledge development and experience.
At FHICT, we work in various areas on the implementation of ICT technology in our own processes. These past years, we have particularly focused on TEL, Technology Enhanced Learning, and we want to broaden this in the coming period. This means we will have to develop instruments that are focused on smartly supporting the processes and achieving the targets sooner. Some of these processes include: research, learning, presentation, organisation, monitoring, collaborating and weighing (valuing). We do this by building on existing platforms, such as Canvas, and we will develop new platforms, apps and interfaces. In this, the collaboration with EdTech partners is essential.