Digital education

The University of Montpellier is using digital technology to respond to the challenges of training, and to diversify teaching practices in the interests of student success and professional integration.

The University supports and accompanies pedagogical transformation by integrating digital tools into the production of teaching resources, the equipment of UFRs, Schools and Institutes, the layout of learning rooms and the evolution of its IT infrastructure.

To this end, it regularly responds to national and European calls for projects, and initiates projects on topics such as hybridization, digital assessment of knowledge and skills, and digital examination rooms.


The University of Montpellier supports the Comité Numérique pour la Formation (Digital Training Committee), which has been offering an annual call for projects to support digital pedagogy projects since 2016. The projects supported respond to different types: the production of new digital teaching resources, digital at the service of assessment, the creation of Mooc and, since 2022/2023: the bimodal hybridization of teaching.


Since 2021, the University of Montpellier and its 3 partners, as part of the MUSE I-Site consortium, have been strengthening distance learning capabilities and digital services for students. AgilHybrid benefits from state aid managed by the MESR under the Plan de Relance and funding from the MUSE i-Site.


Complementary to AgilHybrid, this project aims to develop equipment and infrastructure for hybrid teaching in Montpellier and the Institut Agro Florac. It receives financial support from the FEDER-FSE LR 2014/2020 Operational Program of the European Recovery Plan "NextGenerationEU", as part of the "REACT-EU" initiative.

Digital Assessments and Examinations

Since 2019, the University of Montpellier has deployed several projects to develop an ecosystem for the assessment of knowledge and skills as part of the flexibilization of teaching.

  • FlexiEval, funded by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research as part of the AMI 2019 "Transformation Pédagogique et Numérique" initiative.
  • PairsEval, funded by the MESR under the AMI 2021 "Emergence" program

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