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eWBL – find digital work-based learning solutions to become better educator and shape the future workforce

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OUR PROJECT

The importance of Work-based learning (WBL) in developing work-ready graduates has been documented by several EU-funded projects such as HAPHE (2016), WBLIC (2016) and WEXHE (2020). WBL is a powerful pedagogy to foster graduate work-readiness because it is embedded in authentic work environments. As work is increasingly delivered remotely, a new and digital form of WBL has emerged recently – this is what this project calls “eWBL”.

The main aim of the project is to upskill educators in HE (lecturers, trainers and administrative staff) on how to design and deliver high-quality eWBL. To reach this goal, the project will explore how 25 high-quality WBL providers across Europe have dealt with the pedagogical and technological challenges associated with the transition from WBL to eWBL and the solutions they have encountered. The investigation will result into frameworks and replicable models, a toolkit, open educational resources (OERs), capacity-building activities and multiplier events that will help train those involved in WBL provision in HE.

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Work Package 1
Needs and challenges

WBL is well recognised for its capacity to foster work-readiness in students

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Work Package 2
Framework and models

How to conduct high-quality eWBL both from a pedagogical and technoligcal perspective

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Work Package 3
Toolkit and OERS

Upskilling WBL teachers and trainers requires translating the outputs from the previous WPS

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Work Package 4
Capacity-building

Based on the previous projects WP4 aims to train the projects target audience

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The importance of Work-based learning (WBL) in developing work-ready graduates has been documented by several EU-funded projects such as HAPHE (2016), WBLIC (2016) and WEXHE (2020). WBL is a powerful pedagogy to foster graduate work-readiness because it is embedded in authentic work environments. As work is increasingly delivered remotely, a new and digital form of WBL has emerged recently – this is what this project calls “eWBL”.

The main aim of the project is to upskill educators in HE (lecturers, trainers and administrative staff) on how to design and deliver high-quality eWBL. To reach this goal, the project will explore how 25 high-quality WBL providers across Europe have dealt with the pedagogical and technological challenges associated with the transition from WBL to eWBL and the solutions they have encountered. The investigation will result into frameworks and replicable models, a toolkit, open educational resources (OERs), capacity-building activities and multiplier events that will help train those involved in WBL provision in HE.

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OUR GOAL

OUR GOAL

We aim to upskill educators in HE (lecturers, trainers and administrative staff) on how to design and deliver high-quality eWBL. To reach this goal, the project will explore how 25 high-quality WBL providers across Europe have dealt with the pedagogical and technological challenges associated with the transition from WBL to eWBL and the solutions they have encountered. The investigation will result into frameworks and replicable models, a toolkit, open educational resources (OERs), capacity-building activities and multiplier events that will help train those involved in WBL provision in HE.

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The importance of Work-based learning (WBL) in developing work-ready graduates has been documented by several EU-funded projects such as HAPHE (2016), WBLIC (2016) and WEXHE (2020). WBL is a powerful pedagogy to foster graduate work-readiness because it is embedded in authentic work environments. As work is increasingly delivered remotely, a new and digital form of WBL has emerged recently – this is what this project calls “eWBL”.

The main aim of the project is to upskill educators in HE (lecturers, trainers and administrative staff) on how to design and deliver high-quality eWBL. To reach this goal, the project will explore how 25 high-quality WBL providers across Europe have dealt with the pedagogical and technological challenges associated with the transition from WBL to eWBL and the solutions they have encountered. The investigation will result into frameworks and replicable models, a toolkit, open educational resources (OERs), capacity-building activities and multiplier events that will help train those involved in WBL provision in HE.

RECENT EVENTS

The European Commission has the pleasure to announce the first Digital Education Stakeholder forum

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