Time: Friday 27 February, 15.30 – 16.30 CET
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As part of the MOONLITE project we developed a MOOC about the application of MOOCs for displaced people (refugees and migrants) with a view to their social inclusion, employment, and access to higher education. The course has just finished and has dealt with the different aspects of this process so that anyone working with refugees and migrants, or considering doing so, can understand the benefits and difficulties of using MOOCs and acquire relevant knowledge and best practices.
During this webinar some of the key issues for MOOCs for displaced people will be summarized. Subsequently, the webinar will firstly focus on whether the practical realities of taking part in this course have helped people understand the range of issues included in the course. Secondly, after having finishing this MOOC, what do the participants think about the suitability of these courses to help with social inclusion.
This webinar is organised by the Erasmus+ project MOONLITE. Supported by EADTU (European Association of Distance Teaching Universities), OpenupEd, EMPOWER, UNED, Linnaeus University and NVL (Nordic Network for Adult learning).