The digitalisation of research and teaching, learning and administration is changing all aspects of university life: gaining access to research data has become easier worldwide, large volumes of data are available for research, teaching and learning, and new possibilities for publishing, open educational resources and integrated campus information systems are emerging. This gives rise to new learning, working and cooperation formats that are independent of time and space. Digital teaching and learning are fast becoming an integral part of university education. Shaping this development calls for both new and innovative teaching and learning arrangements, as well as digital media and IT competencies that allow opportunities and risks to be weighed. At the same time, it is important to maintain the opportunities for personal encounters in teaching, learning and research that are so important for stimulating critical discourse, motivation and enthusiasm. In management and administration, IT-supported processes will change how academic institutions are run.