VET systems are characterised by fragmented nature, complexity and a large variety of actors. To be future-proof, European policy initiative need implementation, impact and awareness at grass root level, which require strong cooperation mechanisms, also among VET providers, micro, small and medium-sized enterprises are the backbone of Europe’s economyand society. Digitalisation and technological changes are […]
In the frame of the TIBL-Project a teaching workshop took place at the head quarter of SAFA (in Seville). Peter Mazohl and Harald Makl attended this event partly as learners, partly as teachers. One focus was the creation of the MOOC for VET trainers to convey the developed findings of the project. All partners learned […]
Peter Mazohl (on behalf of the project consortium) was invited to the expert workshop on “Key Challenges and Solutions for Promoting Online Training among SMEs in Europe”. He had the opportunity to present the TIBL-Project and to discuss currently identified problems in education, the position of MOOCs in the educational landscape, the problems of motivation […]
TIBL – an innovative project presented at the CSEDU The CSEDU is the International Conference on Computer Supported Education (1) and is a meeting place for presenting and discussing new educational environments, best practices and case studies on innovative technology-based learning strategies, institutional policies on computer supported education. 2018, the conference took place in Funchal, Madeira and […]
With October 2017 the new Erasmus+ Project “TIBL – Technical Innovation in Blended Learning“, a VET project, started. The EFQBL is consortium member in this project and will develop a special C-VET course for an Austrian SME enterprise to evaluate the findings of the project. One project aim is the development of a trainers’ toolbox […]
Peter Mazohl and Harald Makl met Luca Reitano (DigiLab) in Rome to discuss special issues for the start of the TIBL-Project. TIBL cares about Technical Innovation in Blended Learning and focuses on C-VET Education and Training. The main issue is the problem of using various devices, so-called “Multiple Devices” fo the training. The project developes […]
The EFQBL is actively taking part at national (Austrian) or European Projects. These are research projects or projects for practical implementation of the developed research outcomes.