Teaching and learning methods used are lectures, discussions and working together as well as learning assignments in the form of individual and group works. The reflection and feedback are used to support the learning.
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Visiting lectures in contact days.
21.08.2020 - 06.11.2020
Three contact days 20 h
Group work 40 h
Applied learning assignment 40 h
Other independent study 35 h
03.08.2020 - 30.08.2020
The course proceeds as follows: 1st contact day, group work, 2nd-3rd contact day, applied learning assignment
10 - 30
In this course the network competence and business management competence are assessed. The tools for evaluating the learning process are the output and presentation of the group work with an emphasis on informational competence, a learning assignment with an emphasis on applied competence, and an assignment reflecting cooperation.
Competence assessment is based on criteria and the assessment is done by the responsible teacher when all learning assignments have been completed. The evaluation decision is made on a scale of: accepted/failed. The assessment material consists of the learning assignments of the course.
Master's Degree Programme in Business Network Management, Master's Degree Programme in Business Network Management, Open Studies
Face-to-face, Online learning
School of Technology