See the schedule in Peppi, a student and study information system.
Online implementation. Eight online webinars in Tuula Kotikoski's Zoom.
The course is implemented flexibly as online studies. So you can study successfully anywhere mostly according to your own plan and schedule. With a group and individual guidance, you get support to solve the problems and complete exercises and a development assignment.
The course utilizes digital and interactive tools. E-learning includes e.g. online discussions with a group or teacher, assignments and tests in an e-learning environment to assess and develop your own skills and learning, video lectures and self-study of source material.
E-learning is suitable for self-directed students who are interested in developing their own skills. The wishes of the student group are taken into account in the implementation methods. In addition, as a group of students, there is guidance in an e-learning environment and you can participate in online meetings of your choice. If you wish, you can also make appointments on your own and do learning assignments together, advising and receiving help and tips from other members of the group.
Bryman, A. 2012. Social research methods. Oxford: Oxford University Press cop.
Ethical principles and ethical review in human sciences. 2020. Finnish National Board on Research Integrity. www.tenk.fi/en
Responsible conduct of research and procedures for handling allegations of misconduct in Finland. 2012. Finnish National Board on Research Integrity. www.tenk.fi/en
It is recommended to link the development assignment of the course to the development of your own work and the activities of your organization. The course is a good time to develop and start your own thesis.
The deadline for returning assignments is 31.5.2021.
Contact the teacher to agree on renewals.
01.01.2021 - 17.05.2021
Seminar days or online meetings take 15 – 35 h.
Independent and group work is 100 – 120 h, which includes guidance in the e-learning environment and through the Zoom online working environment.
The total workload and the need of time is 135 h (the amount of work required for one ECTS credit is 27 hours).
02.11.2020 - 30.11.2020
Presenting on the online discussion platform is a sign of your participation in the course. A video presentation should be made at the beginning of the course during the first two weeks.
The course is modular, which means it takes 2-3 weeks to complete the materials and learning tasks of each of the modules.
The course has 8 webinars in five modules.
You can complete the course by combining study and work, by studification. Agree on studification of the course with the lecturer in charge of the course. For more information on studification, see the degree regulations and study guide.
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