D Digital literacy must be taught in all disciplines – from health and social sciences to engineering.
To this end, all students are offered the opportunity to acquire basic digital knowledge (theory) as well as "learning by doing" in digital project work (practice) – in as many study courses as possible and with concrete application scenarios.
As a highly developed economy subject to disruption, it is imperative that we invest in lifelong learning. The second goal of B.lab is therefore to expand the teaching of digital and interlinked competencies, especially for professionals – flexible in terms of time, unbureaucratic and tailored to concrete needs. Universities of Applied Sciences are therefore not only places of education in a limited life phase of studies, but also service providers with the aim of lifelong development.