An Innovative Model of Transnational Learning Environment for European Senior Civil Servants – Organizational Aspects and Governance
Proceeding 11th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems – ICEIS 2009, Milano, Italia, Vol. 4 HCI Human Computer Interaction, Cordero J., Filipe J. (Eds.), INSTICC, Setubal, Portugal, pp. 148-153, ISBN 978-989-8111-88-3
6 Pages Posted: 10 Jun 2015
Date Written: May 1, 2009
The purpose of the study will be to investigate the benefits of the introduction of e-learning and of a specific online environment in the training process of European civil servants. It describes the final results and the organisational impact of a first pilot training course combining 24 hours of e-learning and 27 hours (one week) of in-class courses. For each module, the e-learning preparation provided general training contents to enhance participants background necessary for in-class sessions. The project implemented a pilot to demonstrate the effectiveness of the overall system (applications, contents and organizational aspects), to promote the use of e-learning in the EU Public Administration field. After one year, the project concluded its pilot phase and the results will be analyzed. With a view to stimulating co-operation and the exchange of best practices in Europe, its purpose is to build and test an innovative model of trans-national networking, thanks to the active involvement of European schools and institutes of Public Administration.
Keywords: e-Learning, Civil servant, Public administration, Training methodology, Blended learning
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