Students will learn from online course content, participate in lectures, engage in workshops, collaborate in groups, and complete independently administered tests. Moreover, they will be assigned exercises and problems related to the course material that will encourage deeper learning, reading and reflection on design and implementation issues. Students will prepare and present a course paper, using appropriate models in natural sciences and social sciences. Students will plan and execute specific knowledge flows in an e-learning environment aimed at collaboration and the application of social networking platforms. Students will be able to appreciate and justify the contributing elements gained from the knowledge flow.
The e-learning process will take place in contact hours, independently and online. The following resources will be available:
- multimedia materials used in contact hours,
- online learning content,
- access to work in remote virtual laboratories,
- distance modeling environments related to the course topics, and
- links to sites for obtaining the programming skills necessary for the course framework.
Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge and skills by performing practical tasks in virtual laboratories and will be invited to carry out regular self-assessment tests online. Each student will be able to participate in pre-announced online webinars.