Transnational meetings due to COVID-19 have been postponed, but all Erasmus + projects continue their process and the University continues to work: virtual meetings, teleworking and producing the first results about the Educational Material, the Learning Units:

Introducing to E-Learning
Benefits of E-Learning
New role of the trainer
New role of the online learner
Alternative learning method:games/gamification
Teaching soft skills and hard skills
Experience as a source for learning
Forming a group online/group dynamics in virtual space
Management of conflicts/challenges

Which are now available here: Then they will be translated in Spanish, German, Romanian, Italian and Finnish.

Then the partners are continuing developing training activities not being educators (tutors, facilitators, coach, mentors, team leaders, human resources departments...). The necessary background of pedagogies and techniques is missed and theoretical manuals are not the best way to make that kind of people acquire the necessary skills. They need some effective and practical way to learn. They have a lot of experience and expertise teaching face-to-face, but when having to do online training, they miss the digital skills and affordance of the technological capabilities.