The overall objective of this new study is to provide evidence of the comparative impacts of using e-learning methods to promote science and health literacy internationally in a post-COVID situation.
Distance education is the fastest-growing mode of teaching, training and learning across all levels of education in both formal and non-formal settings. Its many variants include e- learning, mobile learning and immersive learning environments. This activity will investigate and promote good practice, develop toolsets and support field trials.
The target audiences will include decision-makers and all stakeholders considering the case for investment in e-learning, including educators, science communicators, health professionals, policy-makers, service providers, parents and the general public, globally.
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