Title Education in a Virtual World (E-VIWO)
Project Number 2010-1-FI1-LEO05-03043
Product Education in a virtual World - promotional videos
Title Education in a virtual World - promotional videos
A promotional video through the social media YouTube can easily be
accessed and distributed to different users and target groups.
Education in a virtual World - promotional video was created by Barnet and Southgate College in June 2011 for dissemination purpose. YouTube is a media that reaches a wide public not only the projects main target groups teachers and students within Technical and vocational secondary education. This media has no geographical or social borders nor age limits.
Other promotional and instructional videos are:
Students and Teachers/IT and Arts & Design, Language learning
Technical and vocational secondary education
virtual environment has no geographical borders and offers unlimited
possibilities for vocational educators and students in a safe and prejudicefree environment, encouraging and promoting equality for all. Creating courses in a virtual environment is a creative way of teaching and learning. Once the course is created it can be shared and used over and over again and still be cost effective. The material costs are limited since they only exist in the virtual environment and can easily be shared and re-used. Computer network simulation and configuration can be performed in a virtual environment. The same goes for planning, establishing and
marketing new enterprises. Students and teachers can also learn design
and programming skills whilst developing and testing necessary activities in
a virtual environment and enjoy playing various roles as avatars
(representative of a real person in the virtual environment). Implemented
information technology and alternative methods is also a motivating factor
when learning English. A promotional video on YouTube can easily be
accessed and distributed to different users and target groups.The videos were of the documenting and disseminating type. Learning sessions were documented and recorded in order to unlimited access to instructions. Key Note lecturers were also documented and published an Youtube.
Area of application
Product Languages English