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We celebrated the birthday of 14-year-old digital. The family in Trøndelag had decorated and baked the cake, then blew, we light, and shared out the gifts. My father wondered why we had not done this before, but it has never struck us, ” says Linda Hofstad Helleland.

She sits at home in Drammen and talking over FaceTime (since we don’t got Skype to work).

As digitaliseringsminister in one of the countries with the best developed online and the greatest access on smartphones, let she fascinated to learn constantly new examples of how people are using the web smart.

be Thrown out in deep water

Musicians who play together without having to meet, schools that teach students new things and businesses that sell goods even if the doors are closed.

She believes that the population have had a lot of good to be thrown out in deep water in this area.

We are mature digital users, where both the children and our oldest has a smartphone. It stands out internationally, and Norway is an exciting testing ground. In all the sad and difficult we are in now, so there are bright spots, we should take with us, so that we can come out stronger of it when Norway will be built by korona-crisis, ” she says.

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One of the areas in a greater extent is forced to a rapid change, is the schools.

assistant professor Magnus Nohr mean it in a few days came to pass an evolution in digital learning that would have taken decades if not the teachers and students were forced to jump out of it.

for several years, Magnus Nohr lectured to hundreds of students via nettundervisning. When he uses among other things the service Whereby.

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– It’s all about giving the digital solutions a chance. I will say that it works surprisingly well so far, ” he says.

He is a lecturer in the pedagogical use of ICT at the university College of Østfold, and has contact with many teachers in these days. When the schools have had access to digital solutions without the use of the former, he believes it is far on the way is about time.

– A lærerhverdag is hectic. If the teachers learn the tools, so they must know that they get again for the time it takes in the course of a week or two. It is gold for the future that you now have learned things you can take with you further, ” he says.

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150 mill. to capture

in the Midst of the billion in krisepakker, parts Helleland now out 150 million for various IT projects which will contribute to capture Norway.

the Goal is partly to improve the efficiency of the public sector, and partly to make life easier for the population.

– We digitalize the Norway in a high pace that residents and businesses will get easier access to good services, and the public sector to work smarter and more efficiently. In the demanding situation we are in now we see how valuable it is to have good digital solutions to be able to interact and solve specific challenges quickly, says Helleland.

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