Online Educa

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Next week DELTA is participating and representing the Centre at Online Educa; the largest global E-learning conference for corporate, education and public service sectors, held in Berlin annualy. You will find us actively contributing and presentating at:

the pre-conference gathering of the UNeLearn  group : « Collaborating on e-learning within the United Nations Systems »
– the OpenECBcheck meeting where quality e-learning standards are currently applied on one of our courses within the field of Lifelong E-Learning
– the Battle of the Bloggers on Wednesday 2/12 where we will share and discuss our thoughts about contemporary e-learning trends

We are looking forward to this encounter with more than 2000 e-learning professionals and a wide arrange of interesting e-learning topics.

Where good ideas come from.

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Building toolkits about learning, training and knowledge sharing.

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DELTA is currently in the final phase of the orientation toolkit, called Compass dealing with innovative learning methodologies and technologies embedded in the entire learning management cycle. One of the outputs of this toolkit is a set of instructional sheets on how to use participatory learning methods and techniques in your own context as a trainer.

The need of knowing how to use participatory learning, training and knowledge sharing methods and tools is currently present in a lot of organisations and institutions. It is one of the practical questions that we are currently capturing during the inter-agency UN knowledge fair, held now in Turin.

The experience and expertise we have used for the COMPASS we want to re-use to develop tailormade toolkits adapted to the context of other organisations/institutions. Feel free to contact us if you have knowledge sharing toolkit plans in your future agenda.

Off-line E-learning?

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Looking at the Internet Penetration Rates internet is becoming more accessible worldwide. However some regions do still face access issues (connectivity, infrastructure, …). An argument institutions use to put e-learning initiatives on hold. Much wiser is to walk on parallel tracks and provide alternative off-line strategies until internet access can be guaranteed. This blogpost is an invitation to join our list of  off-line initiatives, useful in bandwidth poor contexts.

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