Link & Learn webinar: The Intersection of AI & Sustainability in Learning

AI is revolutionising education by optimising resources, tailoring learning experiences, and facilitating remote education, markedly decreasing environmental impact.  This transformative movement is boosting efficiency, accessibility, and sustainability throughout the education sector.  Yet, integrating AI into education isn't without its sustainability challenges.

Learnovate secures €9.6m funding to support tech companies addressing Ireland’s emerging skills gaps

The Learnovate Centre is delighted to announce that it has secured €9.6m funding from Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland as the technology centre focuses on supporting Irish companies develop technology solutions to address Ireland’s emerging skills gaps.
Pictured at the EdTech Accelerator Pitch Day in Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Dublin last night were Stephen Bonney, AWS; Joe Fernandez, founder of ALPACA, the winner; and Linda Waters, Learnovate. The new EdTech Accelerator was organised by The Learnovate Centre in Trinity College Dublin in partnership with AWS.

ALPACA announced as winner of Learnovate and AWS new accelerator programme

ALPACA has been announced as the overall winner of the new EdTech Accelerator Programme from The Learnovate Centre in Trinity College Dublin and Amazon Web Services (AWS). ALPACA is a game-based tool that identifies potential reading issues in children earlier, saving teaching resources and enabling early intervention
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Link & Learn webinar: Realising the Potential of EdTech Innovations

Join us as we discuss the innovation and funding support that Learnovate provides, hear success stories from Learnovate Members and get lots of practical advice on how to start your innovation funding journey.
Students at Edmund Rice College in Phoenix Park in Dublin, one of the schools taking part in the EU-funded Teacher Digital Content Creation Competencies (TD3C) study led by The Learnovate Centre and the School of Education in Trinity College Dublin. 80 teachers and 4,000 students from across Europe are taking part in the €400,000 project to help teachers create digital learning content for use in the classroom.

Learnovate and TCD lead EU-funded Erasmus+ project to help teachers develop digital content creation skills

A new €400,000 European project will help teachers create digital learning content for use in the classroom. TD3C (Teacher Digital Content Creation Competencies) is co-funded by Erasmus+, the EU and Léargas, the Irish national agency managing programmes in youth work, education, and training. The project will run from October 2023 to March 2026.