DAISSy-HOU announces the final Multiplier Event of the DigiPath project

logo-digipathThe DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University (HOU) invites to the final Multiplier Event of the DigiPath – Digital Education Readiness for VET Teachers through Tool Assisted Learning Pathways European project, currently undergoing by DAISSy, as the Greek partner. The activity takes place online on Wednesday 31st January 2024 from 15.00’ to 19.00’, and is organized by the project coordinator Academy for Vocational Education in Dresden (Germany), marking the closure of the DigiPath project.

Specifically, the event is addressed to media educators and pedagogical information technology (IT) consultants, human resources (HR) development professionals from schools all over Europe, and other stakeholders, such as representatives of the Ministry of Education sector as well as of teacher education field  and training institutions. It provides a favorable basis for presenting the key findings of the DigiPath, sharing the experience of implementing the project pilots and offering inspiration on how to create practical workshops for teachers on using digital tools within their class.

More precisely:

  • Participation is free of charge
  • Seats are limited and need to be reserved in advance
  • Registration is a pre-requisite, is open until 19th January 2024, by submitting the respective registration form
  • The virtual event takes place in the town electronic platform, access to which will be provided via e-mail, as declared within the registration form.

The DigiPath’s aim is to build VET teachers’ Digital Education Readiness (DER), by developing an Open Education Resource (OER) in the form of a blended learning course, incorporating Learning Paths for learners with varied levels of digital readiness and skills. DigiPath produces lightweight educational offers that can be seamlessly integrated into the daily routine of VET teachers, taking into account their specific work setting.

The project is implemented by a consortium of six (6) partners representing six (6) European countries (Greece, Germany, Lithuania, Italy, Portugal, Spain). The DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University, the Greek partner, participates in all deliverables of the DigiPath project and is responsible for the development of the DigiPath electronic learning platform.

For more information on the DigiPath project, and other activities of DAISSy:


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