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The eVirtue project (co-funded by the LLP programme) identified and developed 6 role profiles that defined skills and competences needed for digital learning.
- Architecting a digital learning strategy
- Designing blended learning solutions
- Developing digital learning content (specialist)
- Developing digital learning content (non-specialist)
- Facilitating virtual classroom sessions
- Online tutoring
They are complemented by training guidelines for training institutions. All are available at the eLearning Focus Area of the e-Jobs Observatory. Profiles and Guidelines are available in English, French, German, Polish and Greek. For an overview, consult the compact version of the profiles.
The eCult Skills project (co-funded by the LLP programme of the EC) ended on 30 September 2015, and the results are now published on-line and freely accessible. If you are interested in what skills you need to be ready for the digital challenge in cultural heritage, check out our eCult Profiles. If you are a training institution, you might want to read our training guidelines to know how to implement profiles into your curricula to conform with market needs. All profiles and guidelines are available in English, French, German, Greek, Slovenian and Portuguese. If you want to be regularly updated, join the eCult community on our eCult Skills Observatory.
The « World of Learning » is a unique event where training
rganisations, practitioners and companies meet to exchange ideas and
pave the way to modern learning environments. eVirtue will be part of
it! In a session slot, we will present our e-Learning job profiles and
the guidelines on how to align curricual to the market needs.
Check out our session on the e-Learning profiles!
Where? Birmingham, UK
When? 29/30 September 2015
More info about the event: https://www.learnevents.com/
More info about our eVirtue session: contact us!
During 2 years, a team of 7 partners from 5 EU countries (Poland, Germany, UK, Greece, France) worked on identifying skills and competences necessary to take advantage of digital technolgoies for learning. The results are 5 consolidated profiles of job descriptions that will help to adjust curricula to market needs, and training guidelines. These were presented at this international workshop, followed by discussions with the audience and experts.
Running the e-Virtue project – cooperation, research, problems and challenges
Maciej Czarnecki PhD., Wrocław University of Economics
E-learning role profiles as the results of the rese arch conducted in e-Virtue project
Ed Mahood PhD., DEKRA Akademie GmbH, Germany
Training Guidelines in the context of findings in e-Virtue project
Adamantia Spanaka PhD, Hellenic Open University, Greece
Evaluation of the results of the e-Virtue
Prof. Dr. Robert Dębski, Jagiellonian University in Krakow
The value of e-Virtue project in the real market place
MMag. Thomas Lung, BA, Europa-Wirtschaftsschulen Wien, Austria
Promote your training! How to get a « Label of Excellence »
Małgorzata Matyja PhD., Wrocław University of Economics
Check out our adapted and simplified e-Learning Job Role Profiles and Training Guidelines on how to implement them best. You find them at: http://www.e-jobs-observatory.eu/focus_areas/e-learning
The job profiles cover 6 roles crucial in an e-learning environment:
– Architecting a digital learning strategy
– Designing blended learning solutions
– Developing digital learning content (specialist)
– Developing digital learning content (non-specialist)
– Facilitating virtual classroom sessions
– Online tutoring
The profiles and the training guidelines were elaborated by the partners of the eVirtue project funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme/Leondardo da Vinci of the European Commission.
presented at the 4th Dialogue Day: Museums:
Responding to the Digital World in Glagow on the occasion of the EMYA award days on 13 May 2015.
was given at the 5 cultural heritage jobs: Cultural ICT Consultant, Cultural ICT Guide, Digital Cultural Asset Manager, Interactive Cultural Experience
Developer, and Online Cultural Community Manager that were identified in the LLP
project eCultSkills. The
expected impact will allow for comparable skills sets for these professions of
the future, so as to support the European labor market and thus, the
employability of professionals while at the same time contributing to one of
the major challenges of Europe 2020.