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An Investigation on Supporting the Energy Transition Education through Blended Learning

Guijs, Remco I. (2022) An Investigation on Supporting the Energy Transition Education through Blended Learning.

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Abstract:This research aims on supporting (re)training processes in the energy transition. The objective of the study is a set of guidelines for a system that enables blended learning for technicians who already need (re)training for carrying out their daily work activities. The study offers a model for the application of a digital system to enable blended learning. The research confirms that current training courses in the industry’s rapidly changing environment do not match demand. The upcoming generation of learners requires on-demand, digital training solutions. Hands-on suggestions are proposed for developing a digital tool that enables the digitalized aspect of blended learning. Using alternating forms of media, the learner can practice the theoretical study materials. By this, less time is spent at the physical training location. Physical practicums than should focus on solely spending time on practice and collaboration. The digital platform also offers opportunities for lifelong learning and a database. The research adds value by providing insights into how to support training in the energy transition. It offers an overview of existing literature on the topics of e-learning and blended learning in the energy transition. Besides that, a qualitative field study provides insights from the perspective of experts in the energy transition and possible users of such a blended-learning environment.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Indall B.V., Amersfoort, Netherlands
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:70 social sciences in general, 81 education, teaching, 85 business administration, organizational science
Programme:Business Administration MSc (60644)
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