Strategies to Promote the Development of E-competencies in the Next Generation of Professionals: European and International Trends
This study analyses the effectiveness of policies, strategies and programmes that promote the acquisition of e-literacies, focusing in particular on the younger generation who will be joining the labour force in the next five to ten years. Based on...
The second edition of the aPLanet newsletter.
As educators we are more than constantly frustrated by the interference of academics (with little or no experience of the teaching of children), politicians and administrators with little or no direct pedagogic experience in the education...
Within the framework of the European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations, ECDL Foundation will partner with AGE Platform Europe to promote older people’s digital inclusion.
Mentoring is a human resources development process often used to induct, introduce and guide staff into places of employment.
While it is clear that formal training retains its pre-eminence and is recognised throughout the world of work, informal learning, hitherto little known and appreciated, is now established as a new form of participatory learning. Some countries even...
Using Activity Theory to understand the contradictions in an online transatlantic collaboration between student-teachers of English as a Foreign Language
This article describes the contradictions reported by student-teachers in Barcelona who engaged in telecollaboration with transatlantic peers via Second Life, during their initial training in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.
The article reflects the role of stakeholders and experts as well as their composition in review teams, based on the example of epprobate, the international quality label for eLearning courseware.
Un livre blanc écrit par deux experts du monde de la formation.
Le spécialiste e-learning salué pour son outil auteur elearning maker.