ICT-Supported Development and Education in the South
Through work with the literature and the tasks, the student should gain overview of the possibilities and challenges of using ICTs in education in developing countries in the South.
The following are sub themes of the course:
- Digital divide literacies and e-citizenship, ICTs and infrastructure
- Distance education and mobile learning
- Aspects of diversities in gender, culture and epistemologies
Bachelor's degree within teacher's education or equivalent education, teacher's education of three or four years length or other relevant education of three years length including either 80 credits in ICT-supported learning or an integrated vocational education of at least 120 credits within ICT-supported learning.
FactsICT-Supported Development and Education in the South Spring 2019 (January) 15 ECTS 1 semester Pilestredet, Oslo English
Semester fee (information from student.oslomet.no)
Students on an exchange programme (e.g. Erasmus) are exempt from paying the semester fee.