Design, Implementation and Management of eLearning for TVET: Institutional perspective
This workshop will address the planning and implementation of projects that effectively exploit the opportunities for improved and more flexible learning offered by the use of specific technologies, and also how to efficiently manage the challenges of learning practical skills at a distance. The overall goal of the workshop is to explore the factors that typically lead to success or failure of technology-based innovations in education, with special focus on TVET projects and on the institutions that run them. The workshop participants will collaborate on the design of a model for the conduct of educational innovation projects which, although based on case examples taken from the TVET context, may also be applicable to any other educational institution context. // Paper ID: 438
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