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Presentation delivered during the Workshop on Agricultural Education, Methods, Practices and Technologies" (AgEdWS12). Pollenzo, Bra, Italy, 25/10/2012

Presentation delivered during the Workshop on Agricultural Education, Methods, Practices and Technologies" (AgEdWS12). Pollenzo, Bra, Italy, 25/10/2012

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  • “Workshop on Agricultural Education,Methods, Practices and Technologies" (AgEdWS12)”A Workshop of the Green Learning Network (GLN) Pollenzo, Bra, Italy, October 25th, 2012
  • About the Workshop
  • Scope of the workshopBringtogether stakeholders in agricultural education ◦ schools ◦ agricultural universities ◦ individual tutors, trainers, extension officers ◦ content providers / developersDiscuss on topics related to agricultural education ◦ methodologies applied ◦ workflows followed ◦ tools used
  • Agricultural educationAgricultural education is instruction about  crop production,  livestock management, soil and water conservation food education, such as nutrition various other aspects of agricultureImproves the quality of life for all people by helping farmers increase production, conserve resources, and provide nutritious foods.
  • Types of agricultural educationprimary/secondary education (schools) ◦ Raising awareness about agriculture and products ◦ High schools may also provide vocational traininghigher education (universities) ◦ Preparing the future agricultural scientists  Researchers, tutors, trainers, extension officersvocationaltraining (training schools, technological institutes etc.) ◦ Lifelong learning of adults ◦ Competence-based learning
  • More info on agricultural education……can be found in the iMARK CDs that will be handed to you during the workshop.---------------------------------------------------------- Information Management Resource Kit (IMARK) www.imarkgroup.org a partnership-based e-learning initiative to train individuals and support institutions and networks world-wide in the effective management of information. consists of a suite of distance learning resources, tools and communities on information management.
  • IMARK web portal
  • Agenda of the workshopSession A: Content / Courses
  • Agenda of the workshopSession B: Collections / Metadata
  • Agenda of the workshopSession C: Services / Portals
  • Agenda of the workshopSession D: Hands-on sessions
  • Questions?