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Digitalisierung für eine inklusive Bildung und Qualifizierung in der Arbeitswelt: Erfahrungen und Perspektiven aus der IAT-Forschung

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  • David, Alexandra
  • Evans, Michaela
  • Hamburg, Ileana
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    Die Digitalisierung beschleunigt die Gesellschaft und befördert Wandel auf allen gesellschaftlichen Ebenen. Bislang konzentriert sich die öffentliche Debatte allerdings oft nur auf beschäftigungspolitische Risiken, die sich durch digitale Technik ergeben, dabei kann Digitalisierung auch eine Chance für Arbeit und Beschäftigung sein. Mit Hilfe innovativer digital gestützter Bildungsmaßnahmen wird inklusive Bildung und Teilhabe für Personengruppen mit multiplen Vermittlungshemmnissen im Zugang zur Arbeitswelt und in der Arbeitswelt möglich. Die Partizipation dieser Zielgruppen an der Arbeitswelt ist für das "Lokale und Regionale" von hoher Bedeutung. Digitale Lernplattformen, die auf Kollaboration, inklusive Entrepreneurship und problembasiertes Lernen abzielen, sind beispielhafte Instrumente. Das IAT sammelt seit über zehn Jahren Erfahrungen mit diesen Instrumenten in Leonardo da Vinci und Erasmus+ Projekten.

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    Paper provided by Institut Arbeit und Technik (IAT), Westfälische Hochschule, University of Applied Sciences in its series Forschung Aktuell with number 06/2017.

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    Date of creation: 2017
    Handle: RePEc:zbw:iatfor:062017
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