H5P Question Sets

Do you want to create appealing self-evaluations? H5p offers you numerous tools to create remarkable question sets. Here is an example from a course on working and searching for materials on the internet. This question set uses only a few of the possible types of questions, but clearly shows the opportunities and variations that are Read More …

Multimedia in Adult Training

The DISK project aims to create (multimedia-based) training material with a special focus on adults with lower digital competencies. Since we live in a digital world today, the danger arises that adults cannon take part in specific activities due to their missing digital competencies. We called this target group “digital immigrants” as they are in Read More …

Do you use the H5P Framework in your Distance Learning Courses?

The H5P Framework H5P is an abbreviation for HTML5 Package. H5P allows users to create, share and reuse interactive content. HTML5 is a markup language that, among other things, allows Flash-like interactive content to be created without the need for plugins. It is mobile-friendly and relatively simple to use. The H5P Framework offers an incredible Read More …

The 2021 list of the Top Tools for Learning

By Michail Filioglou (EDRASE) Since 2007, Jane Hart has been compiling an annual Top Tools for Learning List, retrieved from the results of an open survey. These Top Tools lists now include an important and interesting time study not only on the popularity of learning tools, but also on learning behavior itself. On the  1st of  September 2021, Read More …

LIDA -Learning in a digital age OERu

The OER University, New Zeeland has for several years developed a series of courses/modules on learning in the digital age, aimed at developing the skills and confidence to become a competent and autonomous learner in the digital age. All modules are open to self-study. They have a similar focus to the modules developed and delivered Read More …

MyDigiSkills-Self Evaluation Tool

The project DISK (Digital Immigrants Survival Toolkit) aims to develop a toolkit for Digital Immigrants to improve their digital literacy. To be an active citizen in a digital society, if one does not have adequate digital skills, one risks being left behind as more and more social activities and services are performed online, alongside tasks in private life, business, and work. The DISK project and its skills map and toolkit with its modules are based on the European Digital Competence Framework for citizens known as DigComp and its five domains; information and Data Literacy, communication and collaboration, Digital Content Creation, security, problem-solving. In addition, a self-assessment tool, a mandala, is being developed as part of the DISK project.

The European Commission launched an interactive self-assessment tool MyDigiSkills for digital skills on 23 March 2021. MyDigiSkills helps to better understand one’s level of digital skills based on knowledge, skills, and attitudes in each of the five areas of the European Digital Competence Framework for citizens, known as DigComp. The five areas are: Read More …

Overcoming digital threats

In today’s world everyone is connected. We use social networks, websites, smartphones, and we spend most of our time in front of a screen. This happens mostly to the younger, but involves all ages. Internet is the greatest invention of the last decades, but it also filled our reality with new dangers and threats. Hackers Read More …

Interactive Presentation of JPEG Compression

An interactive example of image compression is part of the learning module “Images”. You may try out this example of multimedia-based and interactive content and leave a comment. We appreciate any knowledge and experience exchange with other people involved in Adult Education providing this kind of training!    

Module “Images” in the Test Phase

The module “Images“ is almost finished and is being tested currently. The module gives a first overview of pictures and working with pictures. The module was set up in Moodle and mainly uses multimedia or interactive content. Two self-evaluation modules enable the learner to (partially) check the skills they have acquired. The module is versatile: Read More …

Digital Competence and Digital Skills

In the digital rush, it is necessary to cross competences and training programmes, which consider various groups of users with different digital skills. Digital competences is a general term used to describe or explain the ability to use ICT in specific contexts. The literature over digital competences has generated an abundance of different nominations such Read More …