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ERIC Number: ED445197
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000-Mar
Pages: 84
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ISBN: ISBN-92-828-9386-3
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Trends in the Development of Training and the Role of Innovation as a Transferable Practice. TTnet Dossier No.1.
de Blignieres-Legeraud, Anne; Brugia, Mara; Debaty, Pol; Fonseca, Eduardo Augusto Peres
This document contains four papers examining trends in the development of training and the role of innovation as a transferable practice. "Review of the Issue" (Anne de Blignieres-Legeraud) examines the vocational training systems of Portugal and France to identify how changes in training systems have affected trainer profiles and how transfer of innovations can be organized to benefit the European Community. "Training of Trainers in a Changing Socioeconomic Context" (Eduardo Augusto Peres Fonesca) considers the impact of globalization on innovation and experiment in the training of trainers and training services' use of multimedia technology. "New Media and Changes in the Professional Role of the Trainer" (Pol Debaty) reports on a study that examined five hypotheses regarding the new roles of trainers faced with the advances in information technology that have affected the field of training during the past 10 years. "Criteria and Parameters for the Identification of Innovation in the Field of New Technologies Applied to Education and Learning" (Anne de Blignieres-Legeraud) discusses a study conducted to develop a working frame of analysis that can be applied to training projects that use new technologies and that appear to be "transferable innovations" at the European level. Two papers contain substantial bibliographies. (MN)
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Publication Type: Opinion Papers
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, Thessaloniki (Greece).