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Ruth Schmelzer, Matthias Gessler, Irma Kanova, Ing. Martin Pokorný, Zoltan Kovacs, Gabor Kohlrusz, Katalin Szalaine-Szeili, Annamaria Castellan, Giuliana Corbatto, Mary Gino, Jose Pacifico, Marina Ramos, Susana Jesus & Richard Jack

Pedagogy of Multinational Realtime Online Trainings (webinars) for Blended Learnings

Doi number:10.14413/herj.2016.03.11.

Keywords: Web Based Instruction, Electronic Learning, Blended Learning, Teaching Methods, Participant Satisfaction, Educational Technology, Computer uses in education, Cooperative Learning

The study aimed at the development of a pedagogical approach for multinational onlineseminars, embedded in a Blended Learning scenario. To obtain a sound databases for the approach, the teams from six different countries conducted a sequence of transnational realtime online seminars during one year. All sessions were evaluated from the participants and from the trainers. Based on this empirical database they worked out an educational approach for the conduction of webinars. As Zoumenou (Zoumenou et al., 2015, 67) and also Slåtto, T. (Slåtto, T. et al., 2016, p. 98) already stated, articles and academic studies about interactive webinars are quite rare in peer-reviewed journals. Included in an international Blended Learning scenario the webinars turned out to be a highly efficient tool for the transnational cooperative learning and institutional cooperation. Nevertheless, a webinar takes careful planning and content creation to make it an attractive event for the learners and to increase the participant satisfaction.


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DOI: 10.14413/herj.2016.03.11.

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