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Title: Using TRAILER tool for Managing Informal Learning in academic and professional contexts: the learners’ perspective
Authors: Viegas, Maria C.
Marques, Maria A.
Alves, Gustavo R.
Zangrando, Valentina
Galanis, Nikolas
Brouns, Francis
Janssen, José
Waszkiewicz, Elwira
Mykowska, Alexandra
Conde, Miguel Á.
García-Holgado, Alicia
García-Peñalvo, Francisco J.
Keywords: Trailer
Informal learning
curricula management
Issue Date: 28-Oct-2013
Abstract: Informal Learning plays an important role in everyone's life and yet we often are unaware of it. The need to keep track of the knowledge acquired through informal learning is increasing as its sources become increasingly diverse. This paper presents a study on a tool developed to help keeping track of learners’ informal learning, both within academic and professional contexts, This tool, developed within the European Commission funded TRAILER project, will further integrate the improvements suggested by users during the piloting phase. The two studied contexts were similar regarding the importance and perception of Informal Learning, but differed concerning tool usage. The overall idea of managing one’s informal learning was well accepted and welcomed, which validated the emerging need for a tool with this purpose.
Description: Viegas, C., Marques, A., Alves, G., Zangrando, V., Galanis, N., Brouns, F., Janssen, J., Waszkiewicz, E., Mykowska, A., Gonzalez, M., Holgado, A., & García-Peñalvo, F. (2013). Using TRAILER tool for Managing Informal Learning in academic and professional contexts: the learners’ perspective. In F. J. García-Peñalvo (Ed.) Proceedings of the 2013 Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality. (pp. 529-534). November, 14-15, 2013, Salamanca, Spain.
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