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  • Study Type

    Part time available

  • Subject Areas

    Computer Science


  • Start Date


  • Course Duration

    Two years, part-time

  • Course Type

    MSc, PgDip

  • Course Fees

    EU €5,925 / non-EU €13,225

  • Last Updated

    25 May 2017

Course content

Run jointly with: School of Computer Science and Statistics

The course aims to meet the needs of 21st century learners, teachers, instructors and researchers in the context of the emerging Knowledge Society, by providing its students with the opportunity to participate in a research led Masters programme exploring the integration of learning and technology. The focus for the students is on technology mediated transformative learning experiences. The course addresses areas such as creativity, critical reflection, collaboration and meta-cognition through the active design, construction, use and evaluation of a range of learning technologies. Course learning activities and themes are research led and are closely aligned with the ongoing research activities of the Centre for Research in IT in Education.

This degree was launched in 1999 with the aim of producing a cohort of people who would be able to play a leadership role in the development and use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in all aspects of learning. To date graduates have been equally divided between those working in the formal educational system, teachers or lecturers, and those involved in a variety of roles in the workplace ranging from instructional designers to training.

On the educational side, graduates of the course gain a deep understanding of the theories of learning that are relevant to the use of ICT and will have a realistic view of the real enhancements to learning that ICT can facilitate. On the technical side, graduates of the course gain a good knowledge of the principles of web design, multimedia authoring, digital video and computer operation. Although aspects of computer programming are by necessity touched upon it is not an aim of the degree to produce people who can program. In the second year of the course students carry out a substantial piece of research which typically involves the design, implementation and evaluation of a learning experience in which ICT plays a key role.

The course is run on a part-time basis. In the first year there are formal classes on Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings. The second year is devoted to the completion of a research dissertation.

This course has been co-funded under the National Development Plan (Graduate Skills Conversion Programme) for EU fee paying students.




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