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FAO e-Learning Center brochure - version 2018










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    It is a brochure with a complete list of the FAO e-Learning courses
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    FAO e-learning - Strengthening capacities for effective trade and market-related policies in agriculture 2022
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    This brochure presents two e-learning courses offered by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). The Trade, Food Security and Nutrition (TFSN) course addresses the linkages between trade and food security, and seeks to strengthen capacities to develop and implement evidence-based trade policies taking into consideration the need for economic growth and structural transformation, as well as food security and nutrition concerns. The Agriculture in International Trade Agreements (AITA) course explores the treatment of agriculture in the multilateral trading system and in regional trade agreements (RTAs) and aims to support policy makers to develop and implement appropriate agricultural development and food security strategies. Information about the courses and contacts for enrolment are provided in the brochure.
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    E-learning methodologies and good practices
    A guide for designing and delivering e-learning solutions from the FAO elearning Academy, second edition
    2021
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    The document is intended to provide guidance on designing and developing e-learning-based solutions for trainers and instructional designers who are new to e-learning design. The guide also provides basic concepts and information on the processes and resources involved in e-learning development, which may be of interest to human resource (HR) and capacity-development managers. The content of this guide is based on consolidated instructional design models and learning theories and incorporates more than 15 years of experience of the FA0 elearning Academy, including work practices, standards and quality criteria adopted for the delivery of learning programmes and self-paced e-learning courses in development contexts.This book was revised and republished in June 2021 with new and revised content. Major changes from the previous version include new examples and case studies in all the chapters; new topics such as mobile learning and microlearning, digital badges, MOOCs and webinars; expansion of topics like blended learning, online facilitation, instructional techniques for e-learning content; and substantial revision of introductory and technology chapters.

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