Master's Degree in Educational Technology: E-Learning and Knowledge Management (MTEE)
Avís important: abans de formalitzar la matrícula als estudis de Màster és imprescindible realitzar una tutoria grupal a través de videoconferència, el 19 de setembre de 2016 a les 10:00 hores a la següent sala: http://webminar.uib.es/mte201617matricula/.
This Master’s programme is an interuniversity degree programme offered in collaboration with the Rovira i Virgili University in Tarragona and the Universities of Murcia and Lleida.
The education that this Master’s programme provides is related to the management of virtual campuses and educational services and the mastering of tools and procedures concerning cooperative online work and audiovisual communication. Students will acquire the skills needed to direct and manage their own business and to lead work groups or departments related to e-learning, education, and training. Furthermore, this Master’s programme requires that students design and develop their own educational and training materials.
From an educational innovation and/or research perspective, this Master’s programme enables students to:
- Plan, organize, and manage e-learning processes,
- Design and develop technological environments, multimedia materials, and learning scenarios, and
- Take full strategic advantage of knowledge and information.
Graduates from this Master’s programme can continue this line of study with the doctorate programme in educational technology that is given jointly at these four universities.
Designing and developing e-learning projects.
Managing virtual campuses and educational services. Designing and developing educational and training materials. Providing technical and teaching guidance. Managing information and knowledge. PROFILE
Designing and developing research projects in the field of educational technology. Managing e-learning research projects. Designing and carrying out basic research and R&D projects.
Providing technical and educational guidance for research projects in the field of educational technology.
Legislation requires that official Spanish degree programmes receive a positive assessment from the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA, by its Spanish acronym). This process is known as verification, and it serves to ensure that education programmes are properly designed to provide the competencies and reach the learning goals around which the programmes are built. In the technical details you can find reports on official study programmes.
The European Higher Education Area requires that there be a system in place to ensure the quality of degree programmes.
The Master's programme is subject to constant assessment and improvement processes that guarantee that it maintains a certain level of prestige and renown in Europe. You can see the results of the assessment processes in the section on quality.