Course designing and content reusing and integration
Eduardo Luís Cardoso1, Pedro Pimenta2, Filipe Lopes3
1CBQF, Universidade Católica Portuguesa (Pt), 2Centro Algoritmi, Universidade do Minho (Pt), 3FENALAC (Pt)
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The EGreen project (EGREEN Project Number: 573927-EPP-1-2016-1-JO-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP) aims to ensure that the universities in Jordan and Syria can offer a high-quality education compatible with European standards and meets the market needs of the emerging knowledge-based society by modernising their ‘environment’ curricula, developing and implementing a sustainable bachelor's degree programme. In this context, its foreseen the development of a set of e-learning based short courses in order to ease the access to selected materials and promote the scaffolding of a community of interest among teachers and students. This paper presents a set of guidelines for the structure of these courses, covering two main topics, viz - i) general course unit requirements; ii) reusing of contents ('resources') and structuring of contents and activities.
Keywords: Course design, reuse of didactic materials and multimedia components, multilanguage and multicultural context, ECTS, multi-source resources.
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