THE DIGITAL TOOLBOX is a tangible result created by the partners of the Erasmus Plus Project «VIRTUAL INTERNSHIPS IN TECH CENTERS: TRAINING VET STUDENTS WITH OBSTACLES INTO A INNOVATIVE DIGITAL METHODS OF REMOTE WORKING AND ELEARNING CREATED FORM COVID-19»
The E + Project proposes to create an innovative methodology and effective tools that make use critical and scientific thinking, as well as promote the job culture and the necessary responsibility oi telework, so that VET students at risk of exclusion have the opportunity to carry out virtual internships in sector, achieve their inclusion, obtain technological competitive and access the labor market.
In order to make all the resources accessible to structure the learning and to protocolize the follow-up of the work carried out, we have created this tangible result «The Digital Toolbox» structured according to different works, offering in a free license all the tools and protocols to Implement the virtual internship system.
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rendering of 3D models
Construction of 3d printing machinery
Programming of digital environments
App On Your Side
This software, available for mobile devices, will accompany the student throughout the mobility process, providing useful information such as specific training resources focused on the company where they will carry out their mobility, linguistic resources, collaborative work tools, as well as social integration resources in the destination country, among others
Coordinator: IKASIA TECHNOLOGIES SL
Chief Editor: Luis Gómez Estrada, CEO Ikasia Technologies SL
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This tangible result is a product of the E+ Project "VIRTUAL INTERNSHIPS IN TECH CENTERS: Training VET students with obstacles into a innovative digital methods of remote working and elearning created from the covid-19"
This project has been cofunded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Comission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained