E-Learning, LMS, Learning Management System, Scorm

e-learning italy

Pubblicato da Lilino Albanese | 14:32

Italy is a country rich with talents. Our universities, while not being on top of the world rankings, forming young people to assert themselves abroad at prestigious institutions. But the many centers of excellence, the realities that produce quality research and innovation are struggling to emerge and be heard. However today, in the context of the knowledge economy and the shared knowledge, open new avenues of our education system to return to be a center of attraction of resources and valuable people. Since the development of an offer of quality training online to the Italian system can present their excellence to an international audience. But to achieve this it is necessary that all stakeholders - from politics to the university system and companies - to do their part.
This is the stress that emerges from the report "E-Learning: the revolution in progress and the impact on the education system in Italy 'made by Aspen Institute Italy from" The Italian talent abroad, "a group of young researchers and teachers university established abroad.
This document devoted to the analysis of the processes of teaching and distance learning based on digital technologies in our country is inserted fully into the debate on the future of our education bringing a contribution and an important perspective because it comes from a context, that of large multinational technology and international universities, where the e-learning has long been an integral part of the training is aimed not only at students and employees but also to the global audience of young and old that use new communication technologies to update , study, follow their own interests and dreams.
In particular, in the university, offering quality online courses on the one hand permanently integrates the provision of training, facilitating the course of study for students who have difficulty in attending the classrooms, while on the other the offer massive and often Free online educational content becomes an opportunity to reaffirm (or improve) the visibility and appeal of an institute or a university.
Large platforms for the use of online training content - the Mooc, Massive Open Online Courses - are having a major success, measured in millions of students and thousands of courses offered. A successful model because it responds to the needs of a society where there is no longer a clear separation between individual training projects and working life. A model that you are trying to introduce in Italy.
In our training online it has been for years almost exclusively on telecommunications universities and considered as "training class" from the academic culture. But in recent years an increasing number of universities offering a serious proposal of distance learning courses and use e-learning also to integrate the training available. But proposals are generally limited to members only. It is these days instead of signing an agreement between the Luiss University in Rome and Iversity, startup for distance education in Berlin, which will provide the technological support for the offer of courses. Iversity, however, is already a partner of the University of Florence. On October 3, was launched in the second Mooc Managing Fashion and Luxury Companies at Bocconi, in collaboration with SDA, conveyed through the platform Coursera: at the start over 20 thousand students from 157 countries.
Just the proposed quality online courses in the fields of fashion, design and the excellence of Made in Italy is indicated by the report as the key that would allow the system to return to Italy to be attractive to students and professionals from abroad. But to succeed in this endeavor is essential that politics is capable of activating support actions in a coherent framework; that universities innovate in teaching methods and are able to identify areas on which to really strategic investments and are able to supplement their training proposal with the needs and knowledge from businesses. The latter, in turn, must have the ability to be leaders and to deliver content and courses can promote their image, but also to attract good human resources from all over the world.
These are the recipes that the report offers to the "actors" involved in social education system Italian. With a warning. Speaking of e-learning today means taking care of a "process involving school education (from kindergarten to university), specialized training (including the company) and the so-called life-long learning (education as a process that accompanies the 'entire working life). " It means then deal with the way in which our society is transmitted knowledge. It then still makes sense to continue to distinguish between learning and e-learning?

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