VARNA, MUNICH, COBURG, TRIER – College students from Germany and Bulgaria just lately got here collectively on a digital platform to alternate views on the subject of Covid and Faux Information. Organized by Path2Integity (P2I), a Horizon 2020 challenge, the assembly’s function was to coach new generations to acknowledge the integrity and nature of processes underscoring scientific analysis.
In P2I workshops, college students are requested to check their perspective with the attitude of others, to have interaction in dialogue and to seek out widespread paths for the longer term. Most significantly, college students achieve perception into the moral and analysis calls for of science. Relying on the motion, contributors discover points like information safety, dependable info, analysis processes and analysis ethics.
The digital studying platform to help this was created in 2020 (www.learning-p2i.eu). It permits contributors to deepen their scientific competence by way of a world alternate, strengthen tolerance of ambiguity and observe a change of perspective. The platform is exclusive in that it depends on digital role-playing and digital storytelling to convey key ideas.
“Many thought it might not be doable to implement role-playing and storytelling within the digital house!” mentioned Prof. Dr. Julia Prieß-Buchheit, P2I Coordinator. The success of this workshop and others are proving the alternative which creates a robust choice for on-line studying.
Even whether it is one thing totally different than exchanging concepts in individual on web site, this platform has given many contributors a glimpse into international connections, data manufacturing and accountable motion. This might by no means have been doable with out the P2I platform. The contributors are sure that these digital instruments may even be used after Covid to strengthen scientific competence.
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For extra info, contact:
Rebecca Fischer, M.A.
Wissenschafts- und Kulturzentrum
Coburg College of Utilized Sciences
Telephone: +49 (0)9561 317-203