Learning, teaching and training are profoundly affected by the challenges of the digital age. Whether you are a teacher, lecturer, trainer, librarian, researcher, manager or learning technologist, the Digital Education programme (formerly known as E-learning) will give you the practical teaching skills and critical insight you need in this fast-moving and richly diverse field.
The Digital Education programme is designed as a part-time programme, with the vast majority of participants studying over a period of 3-4 years.
The programme is distinctive for its innovative design, its breadth of scope, the high level of support provided to students and its basis in the research activity of the team.
Delivered fully online, this programme gives you the opportunity to work closely with your fellow students and tutors in a properly supported, collaborative and vibrant online learning environment, studying at the times and in the places that suit you best.
You will complete one compulsory course and a number of option courses, depending on your choice of qualification.
To complete the MSc programme, you will also produce an independently researched dissertation.
An Introduction to Digital Environments for Learning (compulsory for all students) Research Methods (compulsory for those studying for the MSc)
Option courses may include:
Digital Futures for Learning Digital Student Experience Education and Digital Culture Digital Education: Strategy & Policy Digital Education in Global Context Course Design for Digital Environments Game-Based Learning Information Literacies for Online Learning Introduction to Digital Game-Based Learning Assessment, Learning and Digital Education Psychological and Social Contexts Understanding Learning in the Online Environment
The skills and knowledge this programme provides will enable you to expand your existing career in education into the fast-moving and richly diverse field of digital education.
The research skills you gain in the MSc programme will equip you for further study and possibly an academic career if you choose.
You will also graduate with a toolkit of transferable skills, such as communication and project management, that can be applied to any career.
A UK 2:1 honours degree, or its international equivalent, in a relevant discipline. You should demonstrate a professional interest in the programme. You may be considered if your employment or other educational experience provides evidence of intellectual ability of an equivalent standard to an honours degree.
Recipient: University of Edinburgh
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