The primary aim is to insert such multimedia elements in the educational material that helps visual learning and enables autonomous learning besides the everyday practise of lifelong learning. Our ultimate goal, however, is to transfer the latest scientific knowledge and good agricultural practices into the agrarian sector for improving competitiveness and enhancing new employment possibilities.
The modules of the materials are structured in an easy-to-use format. 10+5 modules detail the cultivation technology of the 15 most important herbal plants in the partner countries. 10 modules are identical for all partner countries, and the additional 5 herbs were chosen specifically according to the countries’ needs, however overlaps may occur. Therefore the total number of the modules on herbs is 25. Furthermore the training material includes 5 general modules aswell, describing general steps of herbs processing and history in order to provide an overall view of the topic.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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