e-Learning and ICT in Education II
At the end of this curricular unit, the student will have acquired knowledge, skills and competencies that will allow her/him to:
a) know and use computer tools on the development of educational products;
b) analyze and propose evaluation methodologies of educational content and products with a technological basis;
c) analyze recent literature on educational computer and networks environments;
d) write synthesis on educational technology themes and moderate debates on those themes;
e) know various uses of technology in education with a keen interest on the Portuguese examples;
f) individually explore computer and network systems in order to acquire a personal and concrete perspective and experience in those environments.
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Total - 112
Attendance of the eLTICE I curricular unit is recommended
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- D’Antoni, S. (2009). Open Educational Resources: reviewing initiatives and issues. Open Learning, 24(1), 3–10.
- Balanskat, A., et al (2006). The ICT Impact Report European Schoolnet.
- Kay, D., et al (2009). Next-Generation User Skills. Presented at the ALT-C 2009 “In dreams begins responsibility”, Manchester.
- Naismith, L., et al (2004). Literature review in mobile technologies and learning.
- Oblinger, D., et al (2005). Educating the net generation. Boulder, Colo.: EDUCAUSE
- Paisana, M., & Lima, T. (n.d.). Sociedade em Rede. A Internet em Portugal 2012. Lisboa: OberCom.
- Stahl, G., et al (2006). Computer-supported collaborative learning: An historical perspective. Cambridge handbook of the learning sciences
Classes will undergo a seminar and workshop approach, combining face-to-face with on-line, allowing for theoretical presentations, debate and practical work (journal Reading, Internet searching and using e-learning systems and applications
The evaluation method will be continuous in nature, comprising the evaluation of participation in face-to-face and online activities and the elaboration and defense of a digital portfolio.
The syllabus is modular in nature and integrates the three curricular units with a common name, parts I, II, and III, that will be included as italicized items for better contextual understanding:
I.1. e-Learning: Computer, Networks and the Internet on teaching and learning
I.2. Networked computers and their educational value
II. From Curriculum Integrated ICT to On-line Learning Management Systems (LMS) and to Personal Learning Environments (PLE);
III.1. Multimedia and Networks
III.2. Digital Educational Content
Given the rapid evolution of ICT, these contents may be articulated differently between the three parts.
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