for Inclusive Digital Education

The material included in this Hub were created by the partners of the IDEA project. The different pages of the IDEA Hub represent one of the steps that an educator can take in order to ensure the he/she prepares and delivers a digital course and organises the exam in an inclusive way. 


 IDEA defines inclusive digital education as the provision of digital education that respects diversity and considers the variety of learning and teaching needs.

  • If you are looking for research and data regarding what worked and what didn’t during the COVID-19 pandemic have a look at the “reference framework”. The framework was created after interviewing more than 100 students and 30 lecturers and surveying 1,955 students and 154 lecturers from Belgium, Estonia, Bulgaria, France and Poland. Among others, the findings tackle the issues of digital exhaustion among the students and professors, the content, pedagogy & assessments methods used as well as what worked well and what can be improved.
  • How can you take these results into consideration to ensure that you prepare and deliver a digital course and organise the exam in an inclusive and holistic way? Then you can have a look at the “QA framework”. There you can find a methodology, indicators, measurement techniques and guidelines to ensure an inclusive digital course of high quality. The QA framework was tested in 10 courses taught in 5 EU universities representing more than 300 students.
  • Finally, do you wish to monitor your own “performance” in terms of preparing and delivering a digital course and organising the exam in an inclusive way? Then you and your students can fill out the “assessment tools” for this particular course. Your results will be linked with self-training materials that can you help you improve the aspects that need to be improved. More guidelines can be found in the “assessment tool” page. 

All resourses are available in English with the training materials and research summaries available in Bulgarian, Estonia, French, Italian and Polish.