Mart Laanpere is a senior researcher at Centre for Educational Technology, in Tallinn University, Estonia. He holds PhD degree in educational science (from Tallinn University) and MSc in Educational & Training Systems Design (University of Twente, the Netherlands). He was a founder and long-term director of the Centre for Educational Technology. His main focus in research is conceptual design and analysis of affordances of technology-enhanced learning systems and tools, assessment of digital competence of teachers and digital maturity of schools, instructional design, didactics of computing education. He is a member of the steering group of National Strategy for Lifelong Learning 2014-2020. Mart has contributed to development, piloting and implementation of European digital competence models DigComp, DigCompOrg and DigCompEdu. Mart has contributed to development of national learning resource repositories (koolielu.ee and e-koolikott.ee), online learning platforms (IVA, eDidaktikum and Schoolaby) and online assessment systems in Estonia. He has also consulted UNESCO on digital literacy assessment, as well as several national-level digital education innovation initiatives in Georgia, Moldova and Serbia.