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Vocational Technology Enhanced Learning

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Description

The Vocational Technology Enhanced Learning (VocTEL) is a Leonardo Da Vinci Transfer of Innovation, Lifelong Learning Programme (2013-2015). The VocTEL programme aims to promote key competences in delivering vocational technology enhanced collaborative learning throughout Europe. Key objectives within the project are to: § Transfer an existing product - an on-line postgraduate level qualification in Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) currently focusing on HE tutors as a target group, to trainers in vocational education and training throughout Europe; § Work with project partners and the ultimate target group to adapt the innovation to specific cultural and employment focused contexts; § Create a sustainable professional support network or community of TEL trainers within Europe, with an on-line community presence; § Initiate an annual European conference for vocational on-line collaboration and learning to enable the sharing of best practice and dissemination of innovation; § Impact on VET systems and practices with regard to TEL delivery. The Project was led by University of Wales Trinity Saint David in conjunction with E and X Themeli, Greece; University of Cyprus, Cyprus; Varna Free University, Bulgaria; Excellia Ltd., Bulgaria and Westdownes, Sweden.
AcronymVocTEL
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date15/10/1316/10/14