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Digital media

The sustainable development and the attractiveness of company-based initial and continuing education and training is increasingly reliant on digital media. The different learning locations involved in the dual system can be connected virtually to one another. Teaching and learning scenarios which are not tied to a specific time or location are evolving into a new mobile option for supporting and individualising teaching and learning processes.

Digital media

For learners, complex technical systems and their functional relationships can be presented visually, their complexity can be reduced and therefore presented in a way which is easy to follow and to deliver accessibly in the company-based value added context. This not only applies to initial and continuing vocational education and training, but in principle also to supporting skilled work in modern, computerised working environments.

Cooperation between learning venues
Monday, November 2, 2020

Cooperation between learning venues

This issue of BWP looks at new areas of potential and arising challenges for the cooperation between learning venues. It provides readers with food for thought and presents examples of good practice.

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BWP 3/2019: Digitalisation and artificial intelligence
Friday, May 31, 2019

BWP 3/2019: Digitalisation and artificial intelligence

Digitalisation is changing work tasks and occupational profiles at a rapid pace. How will the world of work be changed by machines able to improve themselves and act autonomously? And what will this mean for the vocational training of skilled workers?

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