The use of information and communications technology (hereinafter ICT) in adult education is a positive development which is confirmed over time. This evolution involves changes and pedagogical adaptations, but also in terms of needed skills and training of trainers. ICT are part of the indispensable tools of everyday life in general and our teaching practices in particular. We use them more and more in our professional and personal lives.
The used technologies are very diverse: the tools of Web 2.0, collaborative platforms, digital workspaces, social networking, educational games (gamification), the web radio, web documentary… One of the challenges of using ICT in adult education process concerns how to use these tools by trainers, it concerns mainly to integrate these ICT in daily educational practices of trainers in the third sector (non-profit sector).
The project’s main objective is to enable trainers in the non-profit sector to be supported in their interventions and to enhance their practices and skills through targeted training including both technical ICT skills, pedagogical and transversal skills.
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|ULG – LabSET