Use of ICT in Vocational Education and Training
Welcome to the Smart VET Network - an online Community of Practice for VET Teachers and Trainers who want to improve their ICT competencies.
This is a free online network for teaching and support staff in Vocational Education and Training, helping to improve ICT competencies and build a community for creating, sharing and reusing teaching and learning materials incorporating ICT.
About the Project
According to extensive research Interactive Whiteboards (IWBs) can create a range of learning opportunities for both teachers and students.
Although IWBs have become commonplace in VET colleges in Ireland, limited time and training resources have meant that they remain under utilised.
The SMART VET project has been commissioned to remedy this by:
If you want to learn more about the project and access the relevant manuals and resources go to SmartVET Project.
Resources from the SmartVET Conference
This site contains materials from a previous project called etuition.
TELLconsult is coordinating summercourses for professionals in General and Vocational Education based on the results of a number of EU projects we participated in.
Hi, I wonder could anyone help me. For some reason, when I go on to the internet, my SMART board loses all interactive touch screen functions. We are no longer able to play games as a class as we have to use my lap top rather than just working off the screen. Has anyone else had this problem before? Do you know what I can do to resolve the situation. It worked perfectly before the summer. Thanks, Lorraine
One of TELLConsult's recent activities to support the exploitation of its EU projects, including iTILT and SmartVET, was the presentation of a paper entitled: 'Approaches and results of two EU projects promoting effective interactive whiteboard use in language and vocational education'
This paper, collaboratively developed by some partners both from the iTILT and the SmartVET project was presented at the conference '…Continue
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