For almost 30 years, we have been practicing what is now called digital education. Now that all educational institutions are moving into online mode and will likely need to take advantage of digital opportunities for distributed working and learning for some time to come, we’re showing ways to make it happen.
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In this blog article, we have shown very pragmatically how you can quickly switch to online mode – and gradually expand this. The article generated a great deal of interest and has been linked to many times – by schools, media centers, professional education providers, teacher seminars and universities.
Building on the blog article, Mathias Klohn of @duca has put together a 2-part rapid e-learning program that gives educational institutions a bit more multimedia exposure to the possibilities in plain language.
Here, digital newcomer teachers learn about the simple tools they can use to get started with their online teaching. You can click through once in a short time and then have a good overview of how to approach e-learning.