Project India Web2.0 successfully finished
The sponsored phase of our project India Web2.0 in der Fachinformatikerausbildung – Erprobung in der Fachrichtung Anwendungsentwicklung (Web 2.0 in the IT specialist education) ends on May 31st, 2012. On the occasion of a kick-out event in Putbus, June 16th, 2012, together with our partners, the University of Rostock and the IT-College Putbus, we will look back at the successful development of the project. The most important outcomes from ANOVA's point of view are the creation and establishment of the online community http://india.mixxt.de, the creation and operation of the learning platform http://www.fachinformatik-online.de as well as the development of 17 methods for the use of wikis, blogs or podcasts in the IT specialist education. Within the framework of the project, these methods have been tested and evaluated by the partners. They are available through a purpose-built repository at http://methoden.fachinformatik-online.de. For ANOVA, there has also been a successful collaboration with two vocational schools and many more contacts of this kind, which we can use for the expansion of our team.
The last meeting in Putbus within the framework of this project will not be the last meeting with the partner. It is part of the perpetuation of the project work and the efforts for an effective use of its results, that the developed platforms will continue to be operated and offered by ANOVA.
The project India Web2.0 in der Fachinformatikerausbildung – Erprobung in der Fachrichtung Anwendungsentwicklung has been funded by the Ministry of Education and Research and the European Social Fund of the European Union.