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The aim of the project “Education & technology” (E&T) is to develop, test, implement, evaluate and disseminate a curriculum at postgraduate level in the field of educational technology. In order to reach the goal of qualifying and graduating PhD students in the field of educational technology five European universities and two public research institutes are collaborating to build up a European network to award joint PhD-degrees. The development of the joint English curriculum by the network is based on the expertise of the contributing institutions: the Technical University
Dresden (Germany), University of Bergen (Norway), University of Strasbourg (France), University of Mulhouse (France), Business University of Rzeszów (Poland), Media Design Centre Dresden (Germany) and the Institute for Future Studies (Austria).

 

The core elements of the project E&T are:

  • the development of an joint biennial curriculum (certified by ECTS), which contains e-learning elements (e-modules) and presence teaching

  • to impart soft skills & hard skills / specialised knowledge

  • to establish European summer schools

  • the integration of practical training

  • the support of doctoral mobility (practical training)

  • a trilingual web page (English, French & German) with forum to enhance contact, discussions and learning outcome

  • an innovative international supervisor system (two supervisors from two countries)

  • organization of an final conference.


The subjects of the planned modules (distance learning)

 

e-Module I
(Technical
University
Dresden)

e-Module II
(University of
Bergen)
e-Module III
(Universities
Louis Pasteur &
Haute-Alsace)
e-Module IV
(University of
Rzeszów)
Didactics
(technology &
organisation) of
collaborative
learning
Social and
cultural
implications of
new media and
ICT
Pedagogic
design of
media and
technologies
Information
systems &
management of
knowledge within
virtual
environments

 

 

 

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