The third meeting of the HIP project took place at Aalborg University, Denmark from 19th – 21st November. The project team met to review the project’s progress, talk about the upcoming interim report and make plans for the next project phase. Each project partner gave a presentation of their work: Eamon Costello spoke about the hackathon that Dublin City University organized with the title “Go Wild to Stay Well: Digital Learner wellbeing in an AI Age”; Kathrin Otrel-Cass reflected on the activities going on in the digital makerspace developed by the team of the University of Graz; Niels Erik Ruan Lyngdorf presented the expert interviews on digital teaching and learning conducted by the team of Aalborg University. We shared our ideas for the MOOC, the digital story and the guidelines of hacker pedagogy that will be developed in the next phase. We also discussed the project’s focus on well-being and care in digital teaching and learning in higher education and if and how care should be evaluated. The partners from Aalborg University organized an interesting presentation about PBL (problem-based learning) by the Center for Digitally Supported Learning, the teaching philosophy and practice in Aalborg University. We also got a campus tour that made visible how the university’s focus on team work is reflected in the space with a lot of comfortable team workstations for students. We were impressed by some of the university architecture and the well-equipped video lab and the X-Lab (a physical, educational makerspace). The project meeting was very inspiring with a lot of exchange of ideas and resources that will find their way into the project.