Stand 5: e-Mentoring: New Skills and Competencies for New Jobs

The transnational EU project e-Mentoring aims to increase the capacities and employment-related skills and competencies of students in High Education, trainees in Vocational Education and Training institutions and adults re-/entering the labour market by collecting good practice experiences and transferring best solutions into a common e-Mentoring model.
The e-Mentoring model defines the ways of using ICT within the mentoring process and enhances learning opportunities for the target groups to get new skills and competences for increasing their employability.
ICT-enabled learning solutions (Web 2.0, Moodle, etc.) enhance productivity of and accessibility to e-Mentoring process ensuring its common use within three above mentioned educational sectors.
The e-Mentoring process is enhanced by integrating Open Educational Resources (OERs) for self-directed learning on employability and entrepreneurship into e-Mentoring model. The self-directed e-learning courses for 3M-Actors are being developed and published openly with Web 2.0 tools. Virtual e-Learning environment for mentoring process for registered users are developed on Moodle. Social networks for the participants of the e-Mentoring process (managers, mentors and mentees) have been created to promote e-Mentoring model worldwide.

For more information please visit http://www.e-mentoring.eu

Website: http://www.e-mentoring.eu

Representative

Liudmila Mecajeva, Social Innovation Fund, Lithuania
Liudmila Mecajeva is the initiator and one of the founders (in 1994) of the charity foundation named Social Innovation Fund . Since then she has been working as the managing director of this organisation. Liudmila has long-term experience in European and International co-operation in the field of lifelong learning education, gender equality and social integration of disadvantaged people. She has been acting as a main co-ordinator or national manager in more than 30 European projects.