Digital learning has come to the fore due to the Covid-19 pandemic in all European countries, as VET educators were forced to quickly start delivering courses online. Most of them did not have any experience with such a way of teaching not to mention using online tools for designing learning implementation and retention tasks hence supporting learners working remotely in knowledge implementation.
The tool &
You want to try the MobiLEx tool yourself and use it for your teaching? Go ahead!
Here you can find the editor and the URL to the app for your teachers.
You will also find help on how to use the tool.
Don’t worry! The tool is intuitive to use, but still we wanted to get you a little support and didactic advice here in the form of a video tutorial and a manual.
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