DigiVET Research in Greece
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DigiVET Research in Greece

DigiVET Research in Greece

The use of digital tools can be perceived both as an opportunity of complementing existing teaching methods and also a challenge to familiarise with the plethora of available tools in a minimum of time due to the outburst of COVID – 19 pandemics.

Research conducted in Greece showed that even though institutions support trainers in the implementation of online learning, it was up to their own initiative to enrich their digital skills. As a result, the need for:

easy access to online software, authoring tools and relevant features and

guidance for the development of interactive learning resources

are the key points to be addressed by the DigiVET project and will be included in the E – learning program.