Büchenbeuren (ots) - Access to knowledge databases is omnipresent. In the digital age there is the possibility to acquire information in different ways almost everywhere and at any time. This change is both a challenge and an opportunity for an educational institution. In order to take up this development, representatives of the state police, representatives of various state schools such as the fire brigade and international cooperation partners met on November 25 and 26.11.2019, 60 for the first "Digital Education" conference at the Rhineland-Palatinate Police College. The focus was on the intensive exchange of new possibilities for imparting knowledge and individual learning. Lecturers from the University of the Police of Rhineland-Palatinate presented those present with the specially produced learning videos "The Rooster explains criminal law", which are accessible to everyone on the YouTube video platform, the exciting field of simulations and the area of e-lectures. External experts provided information on further trends in the area of e-learning and developments in the field of virtual reality / augmented reality. And the Estonian cooperation partners will also present their advanced digital learning offer. At the Barcamp sessions on the second day of the event, around XNUMX participants had the opportunity to controversially discuss specially selected topics. The head of the IT department at the Police College, Police Director Stefan Bytzek, was extremely satisfied with the course and the results of the conference: "We hope that this event provided an impetus for an intensified exchange and many other collaborations."
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