The e-Inclusion brings together a consortium of four universities and two policy-focused organisations with leading expertise in both  inclusion policy and digital learning to:

  • Outline a holistic vision of educational inclusion that encompasses inclusion within educational institutions, students’ social environments as well as within the digital spaces they frequent;
  • Support educators in implementing inclusive models of digital education in blended and hybrid environments
  • Assure that the accelerated transition to digital education prompted by the COVID-19 crisis does not exclude vulnerable groups from participation in HE or exacerbate existing inequalities
  • Examine and multiply opportunities for technology to decouple social and economic status and thus help boost the attainment of groups placed at a structural disadvantage by our current systems