Grundtvig program -Blended learning

Summary of project

The project is focused on Learning Distance for adult and it wants to realise an exchange of best practices and valid experiences about this topic among the member of the Learning Partnership.
En particular the project will select "practical example" that represent a good case about how E-learning and Blended Learning can be used as instruments to be involved in the adult education.
The maturity of E-learning and its diffusion need more and different answer able to adapt the technologies potential to the learning purposes.
E-learning brings up several problems already known by the learning world and the project offers the chance to find and to test new answers such as: Internet platforms; co-operative learning; the mix among distance learning, tutoring and workshops; the mix among online learning, the use of Cd-Rom and DVD, TV instruments, books and workshops; opportunities and options to customise learning process, the certification of results achieved, blended learning for adults, blended and distance learning for disadvantaged people
The comparison with several experiment, different experiences and different typologies seems to be really important.
The project wants to select and put together the best has been done till now about E-learning and would like to realise a significant synthesis that could be reconsidered and extended in future projects through the network support.

 

The project aims to select practical examples of "best practices" that represent a good case of how E-learning and Blended learning can be used as valid instruments for the adult education.
The main topics the project is going to be focused on are the following:
1. Internet platforms;
2. Co-operative learning;
3. The mix among distance learning, tutoring and workshops;
4. The mix among online learning, the use of Cd-Rom and DVD, TV instruments, books and workshops;
5. Opportunities and options to customise learning process
6. the certification of results achieved
7. blended learning for adults
8. blended and distance learning for disadvantaged people (rural areas, disables, women who to enter again the labour market etc..)

For a better investigation and analysis of the above topics, the Learning Partnership will work through:
- Exchange and analysis of good and best practice between participating institutions regarding the E-learning issue in adult education.
- Exchange of ideas and know-how transfer in E-learning based concepts to support the adult education.
- Common European development of innovative concepts and approaches for the progress of E-learning methodologies.
- Dissemination of the products of the learning partnership project beyond the participating institutions in all partner countries to ensure a broad impact of best practice in Europe.
- Establishment, development and sustainable work of a highly competent, flexible and innovative network at European level, which is based on earlier, independent initiatives, outcomes of real value and will extend beyond the stage of project funding.