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Inter-university master's degree in Educational Technology: E-Learning and Knowledge Management - 17th edition

STRUCTURE

YEAR

COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS

COURSE PROJECT

 TOTALS

1r

15

30

15

60

TOTALS

15

30

15

60

  FIRST YEAR: Compulsory Subjects

 CODE SUBJECT

 CREDITS

11665101 Research Methodology in Educational Technology

6

11665102 Dissemination and Transfer

3

11665401 Work Placement

6

11665301 Final Master's Project 15

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS:

In this section you will find the list of all the optional subjects on the curriculum. Before you select the subjects you wish to register for, please make sure that they have been activated.

 CODE  SUBJECT

 CREDITS

11665201 Knowledge Management: Organisation and Transfer 3
11665202 ICT in Non-Formal Education 3
11665203 Flexible Training Environments 3
11665204  Assessment of Teaching Media and Materials
11665205  Desing and Viability of Technological Projects for Training
11665206  Professional Development for Teachers in Relation to ITC 3
11665207  Ethics of ICT for Professionals and Researchers
11665208 Society, Culture and Training in the Information Age 3
11665209 Production and Integration of Digial Images, Audio and Video 3
11665210 Audiovisual Communication for Training: Videoconference Systems 3
11665211 Spaces and Tools for Collaborative Work 3
11665212  Tools and Techniques for Collecting and Analyzing Data 6

11665213

Organization and Management of ICT in Education

3

11665214 Knowledge Management: Repositories of Educational Content 3
11665218 Research Design 6
11665219 Telematic Tools for Teaching 6
11665220 Design and Development of Technological Environments for Training 6

11665221

Design and Development of Training Materials

6

BRIDGING COURSES: (**)

CODE SUBJECT

CREDITS

11665215

Information Technology and Communication Trainig

3

11665216

Communication, Interaction and Collaboration

3

11665217 Design of Curricular Projects Using ICT 3

(**) After checking the candidate’s transcript, the body responsible for admission can decide that the student must attend and satisfactorily complete some of the subjects that are programmed as bridging courses.

In addition to the subjects belonging to bridging courses, and depending on students' previous accredited studies, students may be required to study other optional subjects from the curriculum as bridging courses, up to a maxim of 30 credits.