; ; e-learning course for “Experts in digital and immersive teaching for vocational training”

e-Learning course. Digital.VET e-learning platform is an online platform where you can upload and make available all the teaching materials (training courses, VR/AR assets) made by trainers and realized following modern responsive standards. It is multiplatform and available on every operating system (Windows, Linux, macOS) without the need to install any additional software: you will only need a browser and an internet connection.

FAD platform Digital.VET was developed to provide e-learning courses based on the teaching material produced during the project; the goal of these courses is to give to teachers technical knowledge and teaching skills, related to a teaching level based on the use of digital tools like augmented reality and virtual reality.

Trainers can upload their courses, thanks to a user-friendly content management system (CMS), or take courses uploaded by other trainers. On the platform you can find six courses, in the languages of the different partner’s nationalities (English, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish and Slovenian), made up of three modules, of which the second is divided into three teaching units. Every module is in turn divided into other modules, consisting of six slides, each of them lasting ten minutes; every sub-module coincides with a one-course hour.

Sixty learning units are currently available in the partner’s national languages.

At the end of every course, a certificate will be issued to every participant, to attest to the successful completion of the learning course.

A ‘Personal Area’ was also developed within the platform, and inside this area, the trainers can start to experience new technologies such as virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). Every trainer can upload 360° videos, accessible immersively through the use of cardboard, or create an ARTag associated with an image, a video and/or a GIF, accessible with the camera of any mobile device.

The e-learning platform is available at this link: https://www.digitalvethub.com/fad