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Education and ICT in the Workplace II

  • Number of credits 7.5 Credits

About the course

In the second of two courses on education and information- and communication technology (ICT), students are expected to use knowledge, skills and abilities in an empirical study about workplace learning and ICT. The purpose of conducting this study is to gain insight in how ICT is used in learning processes at work and how current research relate to practice. The student will also be given opportunity to develop public speaking abilities with particular focus on delivering information to an audience outside the expert field. In addition, the students will report their findings in a scientific report, where they will merge the empirical study with theory on Workplace learning and ICT.

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Contact persons for the course are:
Jenny Dufweke, study advisor