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This site and associated resources is being built and currently co-ordinated by a team within City of Glasgow College. The technologies used have been selected to allow a handover to NMIS Ambassadors and the NMIS community at the completion of this initial intervention.
The overall aim is to be a knowledge commons to help staff network around the development of their digital skills for collaboration and then to be a place for exchanging ideas around manufacturing 4.0 and associated skills. The background to this development is explained in this paper and this presentation.
We have chosen tools that are within every trainer's reach and a platform that encourages collaboration and sharing in building this resource. The workshops will exemplify the use of a broader range of tools mapped against the standards of those working in learning and development.
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