The project team of HIP met in Dublin from 4th -6th December, 2022 to discuss and evaluate the project's progress. On the first day, we reviewed the project timeline and key activities as well as the project website. On day two, we were welcomed by the Dean for Teaching and Learning, Prof Monica Ward. All partners gave short presentations about their current progress. We discussed the importance to focus on alternative ideas if we want to embrace the ideas of rewilding and reimagining teaching and learning in times of digital transformation. We shared outcomes from literature syntheses that will help us also to identify different research tools to investigate and co-create in this project. Upcoming tasks for each university were then discussed. The partners from DCU gave us a tour of the campus which included their impressive library and their Minecraft and Lego studios, where DCU hosts workshops for local schools. We finished the day with a short tour through the city of Dublin. On day three we continued our ideas on what can be learned from failure, we discussed conference activities in 2023 and had two interesting presentations from colleagues at DCU, Dean of Strategic Learning Innovation Dr Blanaid White and Ms Clare Gormley, who spoke about hackathons, the DCU Futures project and Challenge Based Learning at DCU.