Nowadays, one of the main challenges faced by teachers is the lack of digital skills to use new technologies in the classroom to make their courses more interactive and more easily usable by mobile students. Indeed, the use of new technologies in the classroom helps to make education more personalised, flexible and student-centred. However, despite the availability of many tools, platforms and applications, teachers are not fully aware of their existence and very often do not know how to integrate them properly into their courses.
Increasing digitisation in a responsible way is a priority at European level, the Digital Education Action Plan 2021-2027 states that “digital technology, when deployed skilfully, equitably and effectively by educators, can fully support the agenda of high quality and inclusive education and training for all learners. It can facilitate more personalised, flexible and student-centred learning, at all phases and stages of education and training”.