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Conference Celebrating the 18th Anniversary of Hebrew Wikipedia was hosted by the Faculty of Instructional Technologies.

HIT's mission for years has been to develop and strengthen ties, in various fields, with academic institutions around the world, including Central Asian countries. The Institute is collaborating with over one hundred and ten academic institutions in around 35 countries.

What will the organization's training system look like? How do you still stay relevant? Dr. Eran Gal was recently appointed head of the Postgraduate studies program with a specialization in organizational learning, in the Faculty of Educational Technologies, stating his vision for the future of the field.

Dr. Eran Gal, was appointed as Head of the Postgraduate Program At the Faculty of Instrucitonal Technologies.

Technological advances and the assimilation of new developments within old industries, are creating changes in the labor market. Therefore, there is an urgent and vital need to establish a strategic master plan to map the necessary technologies and skills and to formulate them into curricula that will include courses, trainings and advanced training, which will ensure that employees of the automotive mechanics industry, as well as other industries, do not become unemployed.

The corona pandemic has forced us to get along in personal spaces and reduce the number of encounters with other people.

HIT - Holon Institute of Technology has entered into a collaborative partnership with the prestigious Stieglitz St. Petersburg State Academy of Arts and Design. The historic virtual meeting between institutional heads cemented future cooperation between respective faculty and students in the areas of design, education, science, research and innovation.

Mr. Boaz Levy, CEO of IAI, visited HIT for the first time. The visit was the result of a joint initiative by Mr. Levy and Dr. Michael Winokur in light of the CEO's intention to promote the academic-technological level of IAI employees.

The graduation ceremony for the first graduating class of the "Startup for High School" program was held at HIT.

An augmented reality App for upgrading the visitor's experience. The museum experience is enhanced with the help of an App developed by four students from the Department of Computer Science: Desi Marbkov, Noam Borger and Maria Arsky, second year students, and Lina Koz, 3rd year student, who developed the project as part of HIT's Project Center led by Mark Israel.