Online Distance Education at your Seminary (NET-2010-01)

Title Online Distance Education at your Seminary
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Course administrator (3): Administrator Jacob, Administrator NET Foundation, Raymond H. Warnaar. 
Learning location NET Foundation
Credits 12
Course code NET-2010-01
Content This course consists of 3 learning tasks or modules. During each of these tasks you will first receive the conceptual information, then you will test your understanding and knowledge level and last but not least you will be able to reflect on it and apply the information within your local context and culture at your own institution.<br>The following learning tasks will be presented:<br>Introduction to Online Distance Education<br>Topics: definitions, trends, phases, blended learning, opportunities & threats, paradigm shifts<br> <br>Challenging your Institution<br>Topics: challenges, feasibility, new vision, planning, staff, technology, organization<br> <br>Innovating your Curriculum<br>Topics: curriculum development, learner first, pedagogical strategy, blending, changing roles, virtual community, prepared technology, structured approach, multi-media contents, online assessment &nbsp; &nbsp;<br>After finishing these learning tasks you will find useful documents in the folder Additional information of this course. And last but not least, you are kindly requested to fill out the course evaluation!
Objective The three main objectives of this course are:<br>creating awareness about the opportunities and challenges of e-learning;<br>sharing experiences of theological institutions which are already offering e-learning; and<br>providing information and generic tools to facilitate the implementation of e-learning<br>from an institution, curriculum and student perspective. <br>Once finished this course, the participant will have the conceptual information, examples and tools available to start defining a successful implementation plan for the institution she or he is working for.
Organisation You can follow this course individually or as a theological seminary together.
Evaluation Evaluation tools are included in the course environment.<br>Both formative as well summative.
Free spots Not stated