—In this paper we present principal data of the
experience of the piloting of a European eLearning international
course VETeL. The Project E-VET2EDU “Supporting
vocational teachers and trainers in eLearning” is a two-year
international project, funded by the European Union, that has
developed and piloted a completely open online course (VETeL),
in 9 different languages, aimed to train vocational trainers in the
facilitation of eLearning courses.
Taking into account that the main gal of this project is not
only the development of the course's materials and the
multilingual learning environment related to the course, but the
improvement of the knowledge about VET, the experience of
students, facilitators and coordinators of the course it is very
important. It could be crucial for the improvement of the course
itself, as well as for getting a better knowledge about how the
participants of an online course in a non-traditional modality of
formal learning are affected by the different aspects of this and
give us some key points for improving.
—Vocational educational training, elearning,
course, piloting, open online course, OOC.
The authors are with the Department of Didactics and School
Organization, University of Murcia, Spain (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com).
Cite: Isabel Gutiérrez, M. Mar Sánchez, Linda Castañeda, and Paz Prendes, "Learning e-Learning Skills for Vocational Training Using e-Learning: The Experience Pilonting the (e)VET2EDU Project Course," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 301-308, 2017.