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EPALE focus in maart: digitaal en e-leren

door Karine Nicolay
Taal: NL
Document available also in: IT FR DE HR EN PT PL HU ES LT FI SV MT SL CS ET EL BG

In maart heeft EPALE bijzondere aandacht voor digitaal en e-leren.

ICT heeft een heel grote invloed op hoe we met zijn allen (kunnen) leren. De technologie geeft mensen meer controle en autonomie over hun leerproces. Ze kunnen kiezen waar, wanneer en hoe (lang) ze willen leren.

Alle nationale teams van EPALE verzamelden voor u interessante blogs en handige materialen over digitaal en e-leren. Vergeet ook niet te kijken bij het EPALE subthema E-learning voor alle artikelen, events en andere inhoudelijke bijdragen over dit topic. De inhoud verandert per taalversie, dus verander zeker eens je taalkeuze in het dropdown-lijstje bovenaan rechts van de pagina.

Op 23 maart 2017 organiseert EPALE een online (schriftelijke) discussie over hoe digitaal leren en e-leren ingezet kan worden in het Upskilling Pathways-initiatief van de Europese Commissie.  De discussie heeft plaats op EPALE tussen 14 en 17 uur CET. Om deel te nemen, log je gewoon in op EPALE en klik je hier. Ben je nog geen lid van EPALE? Je kan je hier gratis registreren.



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  • afbeelding van Jean Vanderspelden

    Travail de valorisation des productions européennes > Numérique

    Merci Camille pour ce travail de valorisation des productions européennes déjà présentes dans l'espace EPALE sur cette thématique mensuelle "Le numérique & l'e-learning" au coeur des problématiques d'apprentissage, de formation, d'accompagnement, d'insertion, de mobilité, etc... de tous les européens, et cela, indépendamment de nos niveaux de formation !

    Durant ce mois de mars 2017, je vais prendre du temps pour aller explorer quelques productions de mes collègues européens pour en tirer profit, en essayant de me situer "du coté des apprenants" avec la grille de lecture suivante :

    1) Le numérique, comme OBJET d'apprentissage

    2) Le numérique, comme SUPPORT d'apprentissage

    3) le Numérique, comme OUTIL de production de savoir

    4) Le Numérique, comme ESPACE d'interactions ....


    ....pour mieux apprendre