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From primary schools to universities, Digital DIY technologies are already generating new teaching and learning approaches both in and outside the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) domain.
In the workplace, the impact of Digital DIY is widespread across all sectors of the economy, and scarcely related to the skills of individuals. This means that Digital DIY has the potential to reshape work, and its organization, both for individuals and for companies of all sizes.
The DiDIY Project studies the transformations that Digital DIY is already producing, or may produce, in European education, research and workplaces, in order to produce guidelines that maximize the positive impacts of Digital DIY on the quality of such systems. The research activity happens in two Work Packages: