Blended learning as further education option

Tool type(s): 
Organisational Development
Tool type(s): 
City/Regional Development
Tool type(s): 
Learning materials
Tool type(s): 
Questionnaire
Tool type(s): 
Personal Development
Examples of Good Practice: 
Innovation and Creativity
Examples of Good Practice: 
Communicating a Learning Region
Examples of Good Practice: 
Learning Organisations
Examples of Good Practice: 
Employability and Future Skills
Examples of Good Practice: 
Learning Region Strategies
Examples of Good Practice: 
Stakeholder Involvement
Target Sector(s): 
Adult/Community
Europe-wide?: 
Yes
Target Location(s): 
NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN

In the sub project in-firm and extra-occuptional further education the goal was to develop e-learning. Tools to accomplish this was: the creation and testing of a blended learning seminar, development of blended learning offers by the participating educational stakeholders, schooling and further education of lecturers to teletutors, building up an online academy and the development of quality criteria for blended learning offers.

Blended learning is especially suitable for those who due to time and distance reasons cannot take part in evening courses, weekend seminars or full time training courses.

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