Announce about the registration for the 2nd edition of the first course “DIGITAL TEACHING IN UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENT»

Created by Admin In News 27 December 2021

!!!Register at: https://digital-teaching-in-university-environment

🌀Start: 31 January 2022

🌀Duration: over 4 weeks

🌀 Lead Partner: LUT University /Finland

🌀Working language: English

📶Location: ZOOM
♨️Deadline for registration: 27 of January 2022

🌀Agenda: will be provided soon


It is an online course for all interested in modern educational technologies and tools for keeping audience motivated and engaged. The course is specifically designed for teachers and staff of higher education institutions.

The course consists of 4 modules:

🌀Introduction and Trends in course development

🌀Synchronous V Asynchronous teaching. Tools for synchronous classroom

🌀Asynchronous Teaching. Tools for asynchronous classroom

🌀Course administration and management


Learning Outcomes


Upon successful completion of the course learners will be able to:

🌀Discuss various forms of educational process organization

🌀 Apply techniques of flipped classroom design to their course

🌀Differentiate and select tools for content creation

🌀Create engaging content for their courses


Course Elements

🌀Video Lectures on SmartChannel.digital

🌀Supportive text materials

🌀Zoom seminars every Thursday at 15.00 EEST

🌀 3 Homeworks

🌀Quizzes

🌀Certificate upon successful course completion (if you actively participated in at least 80% of the programme= watched the videos + participated in Zoom seminars basing on the received knowledge from videos!)


The project is funded by the European Commission – Executive Agency for Education, Audiovisual and Culture - within the Erasmus+ programme.

Comments (1)

Heghine Manasyan Student
2022 Feb 23 | 22:20

This was a great course - exceptionally well designed, provoking and challenging journey. It helped a lot to see the gaps of your skills towards moving from synchronous to asynchronous teaching. However it also gave a lot of keys and courage to do so.
Grateful to instructors - Prof. Leonid Chechurin, Anastasia Chakir and the ERASMUS+CONNECT project :)