How did the COVID-19 affect your university? The European Commission wants to hear from you now

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The European Commission launched on 18th May 2020 a questionnaire in direction of its citizens, representatives of the public sector, governmental and non-governmental organisations, about the impact of the COVID-19 on Education and how we can improve it.
The Commission is currently renewing its Digital Education Action Plan and therefore needs the feedback from as many students, staff members, and researchers as possible in order to make their actions correspond to the people’s needs.
We would like to strongly encourage the EPICUR community to fill in this survey which is directly related to our digital education activities and could impact our universities and our society in general. It may be the time for some of you to be creative and submit your ideas for shaping the future of education. 
The questionnaire is composed of questions about you, about education and training during the COVID-19 crisis and the recovery period, and questions about your vision for digital education in Europe. The last part of the questionnaire also allows you to submit an optional position paper. 

This questionnaire is currently available in English and will become available in all official EU languages by 9th July 2020. This consultation will be open until 4th September 2020. 

For more information about the public consultation and the action plan, click here
If you want to answer to the questionnaire, click here

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