What do we mean by e-supported learning?
Having a subject's e-support, means that the regular, classroom based learning process is mirrored in an e-learning environment to support the acquirement of learning outcomes including the following components:
- Links to: study information system course page; learning outcomes; action plan; learning instructions; evaluation criteria; feedback
- Learning materials (ex conspectus, link to a book or other text/video materials) that cover learning outcomes
- Self-assessment tests
- Feedback possibility to a course teacher and/or with other students (ex forum, conversation, wiki etc.)
E-learning environment that is connected with the subject, should be referenced from the Study Information System's subject card. From the same location, basic information about how to access the course page, should be also listed. For example, when the course page needs an enrolment key, with whom the student should contact? The vice versa linking is also needed from the course page (inside e-learning environment).
All e-supported learning requirements are listed in the Moodle course: TOC0010 E-supported learning (accessible also to guest users)
E-support for mandatory subjects
Tallinn University Technology has fixed in its development plan that by 2020 all first and second degree mandatory subjects should have e-support.
Timeline for creating an e-support
|2017/2018||Autumn||II||II||15 January 2018|
|Spring||I and III||I||I, III and VII||21 August 2018|
|2018/2019||Autumn||IV||II||IV and VIII||15 January 2019|
|Spring||V||III||V and IX||21 August 2019|
|2019/2020||Autumn||VI||VI||15 January 2020|
Educational Technology Centre carries out special training courses about e-supported learning requirements. Please contact with your department's assistant to manager to raise your interest about this course in English.