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eWBL News

Stay up to date with the latest developments and milestones of eWBL (Work-based learning) project.

The third eWBL Newsletter is Published

We are delighted to bring you the latest edition of the eWBL (electronic work-based learning) newsletter, showcasing the most recent updates and achievements from our project.

The third newsletter covers the successful completion of our capacity-building programs in Germany and the Netherlands. Meanwhile, our programs in Slovenia and Italy were nearing completion (at the time of preparing the newsletter). Moreover, we anticipate the Irish program to commence soon with preparations fully underway.

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These capacity-building programs, delivered in a hybrid format, are designed for educators and trainers responsible for developing and implementing online or hybrid work-based learning experiences for aspiring graduates within their institutions.

The capacity-building program which builds on the large-scale study conducted at the beginning stages of the projects is complimented by the eWBL framework and Toolkit which were subsequently developed to provide practical guidance.

The capacity-building program are offered in a highly engaging and interactive formats to be able to benefit from the substantial expertise of the participants who themselves have substantial experience in supporting students with work-based learning opportunities in their respective institutions.

Moreover, to enrich the discussions, when possible, partners have invited eWBL experts and integrated local examples along each phase of the eWBL implementation framework.  

We encourage readers to download all the case studies, national reports as well as the eWBL framework developed in the earlier phases of the project, which are freely accessible on our website (https://www.ewbl-project.com/) and share it within their networks. 

We hope you find this newsletter informative and useful. If you have any questions or feedback, please do not hesitate to contact us at [ewbl.project@gmail.com or hgaromssa@fh-muenster.de].

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