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EPALE Resource Kit #1 - Distance Learning

Here’s the first of a series of resource kits, designed to support the work of educators in the field of adult learning. This first issue focuses on r

 

Resource Kit #1.

 

The COVID-19 emergency is forcing educators across Europe (and the world) to rethink how they design, promote and deliver training. The shift towards distance learning seems inevitable, both in the present situation and most likely in the near future. EPALE, with its extensive database, can be an invaluable source of inspiration and ideas during this reorganisation process. Here’s the first of a series of resource kits, designed to support the work of educators in the field of adult learning. This first issue focuses on resources to get you started, including articles, handbooks, good practices and concrete tools to help you turn learning into e-learning. The kit #1 is available for download here:

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