E-Learning

The e-learning activity will be carried on in co-operation with the partners and using the ENEA MATRIX Platform. In particular, since 1999 ENEA has designed and managed this Platform and its multimedia contents, structured in courses and video-lecturers, on different fields on renewable and sustainable economic development. To disseminate knowledge about the innovation in the energy field ENEA has defined a new methodology to structure the courses and the in presence and remote training activity on the field, such as plants, laboratories, and so on.

Another system that will be used to disseminate information and knowledge about MATS project is ENEA NetLesson 11. It manages a synchronous and an asynchronous lecturer, via web, towards remote classrooms. The teacher and several technical staff will be involved in this learning activity to increase the possibilities of a training activity.

Both partners and external users concerned with the project could access to NetLesson 11, which has a visual interface to represent, in the same time, the video of the lesson and the slides collection shown by the teacher. These lessons could be managed with an asynchronous way but the same functionality of the real time sessions (for example, the end user can send to the teacher specific technical questions). NetLesson 11 and MATRIX Platform technologies will be integrated in the same environment of the MATS project running on a power virtual machine with a valid dedicated broad band network (10 Mbit/s).



The e-learning program will be defined in a second time and illustrated in this section. The e-learning multimedia contents, courses and lessons will be listed by means a query system to the MATRIX data bases and ordered by date, themes and technologies.

The contents will be organized to manage specific technical activity on the Egyptian site during the building of the plant, the experimental phases and the production and maintenances. More information will be disseminated during the e-learning activity using the Communication section and additional how-to-use guides.

The partner will be directly involved in this Work-package in co-operation with external experts in the energy field, belonging to academy and industry world.

Contacts

ENEA
Casaccia Research Centre, UTRINN-STD,
via Anguillarese 301 I-00123
Roma (RM) ITALY
mats@enea.it

Countries

  • Egypt
  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • United Kingdom