The EU Science hub is a relevant source as it gathers research papers and practical implication for our professions and daily lives in regards to all digitization topics.
All topics are supported by the European Union and get special attention and assistance and sometimes funding opportunities.
As the Europe 2020 strategy acknowledges that Education and Training (E&T) have a strategic role to play for Europe to remain competitive, overcome the current economic crisis and grasp new opportunities. Digital transformation of E&T systems is present in several Europe 2020 flagship initiatives, and boosting digital skills and online learning is among the priorities of President Juncker.
Also, the European Commission’s Opening up Education initiative emphasizes the need for educational institutions to review their strategies in order to integrate digital technologies in their teaching, learning and organizational practices.
Their Digi Framework is very useful for people / organizations in education. The DigCompOrg framework can be used by educational organizations (i.e., primary, secondary and VET schools, as well as higher education institutions) to guide a process of self-reflection on their progress towards comprehensive integration and effective deployment of digital learning technologies. https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/digcomporg
We have used the Digi check and the EU initiatives for our Digital transformation and Blended learning projects in our school. As it gives a clear context of where we stand and how we need change in order to fit in our digital society.
The information is relevant, trustworthy, gathered from various (academic, profit, non-profit) sources, timely updated and it represents a collaborative united Europe; a collective vision and objectives in support for the future of their citizens.