MOODLE ENVIRONMENT AND ITS USE WITHIN FORMAL AND INFORMAL EDUCATION AT A VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

@inproceedings{Garkule2018MOODLEEA,
  title={MOODLE ENVIRONMENT AND ITS USE WITHIN FORMAL AND INFORMAL EDUCATION AT A VOCATIONAL SCHOOL},
  author={Valentina Garkule and Valērijs Makarevi{\vc}s},
  year={2018}
}
The widespread development of digital technology contributes to the creation of pedagogical innovations using e-learning and m-learning technologies. The platform (e-learning environment) MOODLE, which unites these technologies, makes it possible to master the educational material both within the field of formal, as well as within informal and non-formal education. The MOODLE environment has not been yet sufficiently used in general and vocational education. The possibilities of using this… 
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