The University of Tartu invites Ukrainian and Georgian citizens to participate in a free micro-credential course “Technology use in contemporary learning”. If you have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification, this course is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge on using technology in education.
Throughout the course, you will have the opportunity to be part of an international community of educational researchers and practitioners devoted to studying and exploring the role of educational technology in contemporary learning.
“Technology use in contemporary learning” is a blended learning course and will cover one semester. The course starts in August with an on-site session consisting of workshops, and continues in September with a series of online courses dedicated to the study of digital literacy, the new learning paradigm and the critical issues of technology use in education.
The micro-credential course is designed for those working full-time and wishing to become more proficient in the area of educational technology. Additionally, the credits awarded for the micro-credential course (17 ECTS) can be transferred and used for the completion of the master’s programme in Educational Technology (60 ECTS).
The course is in English.
Admission requirements: bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification (must be obtained by the end of June) and at least five years of professional experience in a teaching position or in a position in which teaching staff are supervised or advised. Applicants with a master’s degree or equivalent qualification do not need to present information regarding their work experience.
Application deadline: 24 July 2022 (incl.)
Duration: 15 August 2022 – 31 January 2023
Price: 1020 euros, free for Ukrainian and Georgian citizens
Teaching volume: 17 ECTS (442 academic hours (70 hours of lectures, 372 hours of independent work))