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Please note that maximum of 30 students will be accepted to take part in the course. The above mentioned student groups will have priority when students are selected to the course. If there is room in the course, also bachelor level students are able to join the course.

Course organisation

The start day of the course: Monday, March 10th, 2014.

Instructor: Senior Researcher Jarkko Suhonen (jarkko.suhonen@[]

About the implementation of the course: the course is build mostly upon online materials and learning activities, so there are only few contact learning activities, if any. The detailed structure and content of the course will be announced in the beginning of the course.The course will consists of 4-5 Study modules, which all include compulsory learning activities (e.g. exercises). Some of the activities will be done in groups.

Learning platform: Moodle,, will be used during the course. The Moodle will include learning materials, course exercises and basic tools for communication. Other online environments might also be used during the course. The enrollment key for the course will be send to those who have signed up for the course via the Weboodi system.


The students are required to complete a set of mandatory exercises during the course. The exercises will be graded and a general feedback will be given by the instructor of the course. The points collected from the exercises will determine the course grade. This course does not have a course exam.



Sign up to the course via the Weboodi system (Code: 3621542, Course name: Design Methods in Educational Technology, in Finnish Oppimisympäristöjen suunnittelumenetelmät). The enrollment period is from Monday, February 10 at 10:00 (GMT+2) until Monday, March 3, 2014 at 23:30 Finnish time (GMT+2).


Relevant Literature

The following books related to the content of the course are available in the University Library. These books will be useful, if you want to expand the knowledge learned during the course.


Senior Researcher, Jarkko Suhonen, jarkko.suhonen(at)uef.fif