Open Learning Approach with Remote Experiments: OLAREX Project

García-Zubía, J.; Angulo, I.; Dziabenko, O.; Orduña, P.
October 2013
International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy;Oct2013, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p15
Academic Journal
The project's primary target groups are the European secondary schools. More specifically: secondary school and university teachers, students and managers of schools, museum employees and their visitors, and other STEM education providers. The main goal of the OLAREX project is to offer the providers of formal and non-formal education an efficient way to improve their e-didactic and digital competences. For this purpose a training program is created with using ICT-based learning materials, remote laboratories, and e-learning methodologies


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