Live podcast recording: Digital education and its infrastructure requirements - Breaking or making barriers?
12-01, 17:00–18:00 (Europe/Berlin), Stage 1, Leibniz-Saal, BBAW

Dorit Bosch, the host of the podcast on administration digitalisation "Let's State", examines infrastructure requirements for digital education from her panelists' varying perspectives and touches upon topics that connect them all.


Carlos Delgado Kloos received the PhD in Computer Science from the Technische Universität München and in Telecommunications Engineering from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. He is Full Professor of Telematics Engineering at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, where he is the Director of the GAST research group, Director of the UNESCO Chair on “Scalable Digital Education for All”, and Vice President for Strategy and Digital Education. He is the Coordinator of the eMadrid research network on Educational Technology in the Region of Madrid and Senior Member of IEEE. He has been the Manager of ICT research projects at the Spanish Ministry and has carried out research stays at several universities (Harvard, MIT, Munich, and Passau). His research interests are in Educational Technology. He has been involved in a large number of research projects, published around 500 articles in conferences and journals, written a book and co-edited over a dozen. He has coordinated MOOCs and is promoting the of digital micro-credentials in Spain through the project CertiDigital (

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Dr Dorit Bosch is the host of the podcast "Let's State - Inspirations from the State Apparatus", a coach for the transformation of administrations and has been a federal civil servant for 12 years. Her mission is to make public administrations more agile, open and creative. To achieve this, a cultural change is needed in Germany. She is convinced that the modern person needs more flexibility and creativity in their job and in education if they are to face the many challenges of our time. Public administrations have the task of creating the right conditions for this to happen.

Aleksandra is a policy and project officer in EQAR. She is responsible for the general maintenance of DEQAR, contact with QA agencies, handling questions from end users and maintaining the data on higher education institutions. She holds a Master of Laws (LLM) from the University “SS. Cyril and Methodius”-Skopje and a master’s degree on educational policies and development from the University of Oslo, the Autonomous University of Barcelona and the University of Malta. Before joining EQAR, Aleksandra worked as a consultant at the OECD’s Directorate for Education and Skills.

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Navin is an international development professional with over 20 years’ experience in programme development and management in the livelihoods, health, gender, education, forestry and social development sectors. His experience spans working in countries in Southern and West Africa, South Asia, and North America. With demonstrated strong skills working and consulting in an international, multicultural environment, Navin is skilled in project management especially in participatory research, project coordination and monitoring & evaluation. An accomplished cross-cultural facilitator, he is experienced in facilitation and applying shared-learning techniques. He is enthusiastic to build effective relationships with diverse stakeholders. For his contributions to increasing the global footprint of credential evaluation, he was recently inducted into the TAICEP Hall of Acclaim, 2022.

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