Microdegree "Technology use in contemporary learning"

If you are an in-service teacher, university lecturer, educational technologist, or any other educational practitioner, the Micro Degree “Technology use in contemporary learning” offers the possibility to develop your capacity to use technology in education meaningfully. During the micro degree, you will also 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. 

The degree will be delivered in a blended format and will cover one semester. The course starts with an onsite session from 14 to 21 August and will have dedicated workshops on Technology Use in Education. From September onwards, the course will continue with several online courses on Digital Literacy, New Learning Paradigms and Critical Issues of Technology Use in Education. The learning process will also be supported by regular web-seminars led by the programme director.  

The micro degree is specifically designed for those working full-time or who would like to develop their professional capacity in educational technology.  Also, the credits awarded for the micro degree (17ECTS) can be transferred to the related master’s programme in Educational Technology (60 ECTS). 


The course is delivered in English. 
Conditions for enrollment: bachelor's degree or an equivalent qualification (must be obtained by the end of June) and at least 3 years of professional experience in a teaching position or in a position in which teaching staff are supervised or advised. Candidates with a master's degree or equivalent qualification do not need to prove their work experience. 


Application deadline: 1 June 2023
Period of study: 14/08/2023 - 31/01/2024  
Credit points: 17ECTS (442 academic hours: 70 hours of lectures, 372 hours of independent work)
Price: 1020€


Enrollment period for the microdegree programme is currently over.





Registration for the spring semester's micro-credential programmes ends this week

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