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EPALE - Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

E-learning

Tanja Namrood

blog

| 16 July 2020
| by EPALE Moderator

Women to work-team work with unemployed immigrant women. They are from different backgrounds, and speak four languages: Finnish, Arabic, Russian and Somali. In this project they concentrate on finding paths for unemployed women, raising awareness about this subject and about equal recruitment as well as specific questions concerning the unique challenges faced by immigrant women, and also closing the gender gap between different professional fields.

EPALE Resource Kit #3

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| 14 July 2020
| by EPALE Moderator

The third edition of the EPALE Resource kit reaches you while European societies are slowly and cautiously reopening after the long months of lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. During these months, educators have been reflecting on, and discussing, the future of adult learning. How to rethink educational activities when the sector has experienced such abrupt changes and disruption? What have we learnt from this emergency situation, both in terms of challenges and opportunities?

Literacy in adult education

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| 9 July 2020
| by Altheo VALENTINI

We want to recognise the efforts of the Erasmus+ community in achieving this objective by presenting projects which stand out for their impact, contribution to policy-making, innovative results and/or creative approach which have led them to obtain the “Success Story” label from the European Commission. It is hoped that they may be a source of inspiration for others!

Sara Djelveh

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| 9 July 2020
| by EPALE Moderator

The mastery of certain IT tools as well as the desire to continue doing the work she loves (and she loves doing together!) have pushed Sara's colleagues to try to adapt their offer in the face of the emergency situation and to use it as an opportunity to acquire new skills. This experience has taught them a lot and has "forced" them to use new tools. It was certainly a triumph and a continuous learning process that allowed them to continue to carry out the mission of their association despite the current situation.

Rosa Vieira

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| 9 July 2020
| by EPALE Moderator

During these months, Rosa had to reinvent herself. A few months ago, if someone had asked her if she ever saw herself working from home, she would have said no. She has a convivial spirit, she likes to share ideas and talk. She misses her co-workers and the excitement. But in fact, they have managed to readjust and reinvent new (different) ways of being close to each other.

blog

| 7 July 2020
| by EPALE Keskus Eestis

What role does a webinar play in today's training landscape? Is the webinar more of a seminar or a lecture over the web? It is difficult to find two trainers who understand different forms of training in the same way. We need to be clear about the concept and meaning of different forms of training, including webinars.

news

| 10 June 2020
| by Isabel Erlebach
This free online course focuses on the following 6 learning and publishing technologies: EPUB3, VR, AR, Interactive Video, Video 360° and Augmented printed materials (like QR-Codes). It is being developed within the Erasmus+ Project "DIMPA (Digital Innovative Multimedia Publishing for All)" and freely accessible in autumn 2020.

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| 19 May 2020
| by Vikki Liogier

The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) – the workforce development body for the Further Education (FE) and Training sector funded by the UK Government – has run a series of free, online webinars to help colleagues across the sector who are working remotely to support students based at home. These webinars contain a host of useful information, tips and advice, they are recorded and are available for practitioners to use whenever convenient.

Thursday 18 March 2021 to Friday 19 March 2021, Italy

New Perspectives in Science Education International Conference – 10th Edition

The 10th edition of the New Perspectives in Science Education Conference will take place in Florence, Italy, on 18 - 19 March 2021. The objective of the Conference is to promote transnational cooperation and share good practice in the field of science education. The New Perspectives in Science Education Conference is also an excellent opportunity for the presentation of previous and current projects in the science field.                 

Monday 27 July 2020, Ireland

International perspectives on online teaching

The webinar has been organized as part of the Irish Universities Association Enhancing Digital Teaching and Learning webinar series and Digital Pedagogy Lab 2020 programme.

The session will be moderated by Kate Molloy, EDTL Project Team and Digital Pedagogy lab Scholar.

Tuesday 21 July 2020

webinar Alfabetizzare ai tempi del Covid: idee per una DAD di prossimità.

Diamo avvio ai due seminari di disseminazione del progetto Migrant Liter@cies:

Martedì 21 luglio (11:00-12:00)
Secondo webinar “Alfabetizzare ai tempi del Covid: idee per una DAD di prossimità”. Iscrizioni al link https://forms.gle/Nv3o9uNJkNUij5d88

Monday 20 July 2020

Webinar Alfabetizzare attraverso i Media Digitali: l’esperienza di Migrant Liter@cies

Diamo avvio ai due seminari di disseminazione del progetto Migrant Liter@cies:

Lunedì 20 luglio (11:00 -12:00)
Primo Webinar "Alfabetizzare attraverso i Media Digitali: l’esperienza di Migrant Liter@cies”. Iscrizioni al link: https://forms.gle/8tvH71gKA27m6DNg6 

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| 15 June 2020
| by Hüseyin KAYGIN

This short report aims to describe what happened in the countries of the EU neighbourhood and Central Asian during the COVID-19 crisis. It documents the truly impressive achievements, while providing a reality-check for those who see the internet as the means to fulfilling the promise of education for all, whenever and wherever. This report builds on the mapping of the responses of 27 education systems in South Eastern Europe, Turkey, the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean, Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

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| 9 June 2020
| by Alenka Miler

The publication Active and Healthy Seniors is a useful tool for healthy and active ageing with beneficial information and tips on nutrition, exercise and the importance of social networking, for anyone looking to improve their lifestyle or engage with older people more actively. It is part of the international project Preparation for Active Ageing, supported by Erasmus+, and is one of the four modules.

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| 30 May 2020
| by Esra Telli

The selection of resources and platforms that you will find here has been elaborated in order to facilitate the rapid identification of helpful technological solutions that could be used to support remote learning. The list provided here is not meant to be comprehensive, however, the selection has been driven by prioritizing resources and solutions that are free (or freemium), offline friendly or are available in more than one language (especially beyond, English).

resources

| 27 May 2020
| by İhsan Ulus

"With rapid changes in information and communication technologies, it is no longer sufficient for language teachers and pre-service teachers (PTs) to know how to use existing digital tools. They also need to be digitally literate in order to critically evaluate such tools and platforms for safe, wise, and productive use. Within a qualitative approach, this study investigated Turkish PTs’ conceptualisation of digital literacy. This included an exploration of how PTs defined this concept, what kind of tools they used, and for which purposes they preferred to use digital tools.

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| 21 May 2020
| by NSS UK

Created by the Department for Education, The Skills Toolkit is a new online learning platform to help boost skills while people are staying home during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is made up of free online courses, tools, and resources to help improve digital and numeracy skills.