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Friday, May 24, 2013

The new MSc in Learning Innovation by Distance Learning, University of Leicester School of Education

Photo: Gráinne Conol
Professor of learning innovation, Gráinne Conole and Director of the Institute of Learning Innovation
University of Leicester Launches MSc Learning Innovation, in October 2013. 

The new MSc in Learning Innovation offered through the University of Leicester School of Education, encompasses a unique state-of-the-art survey of the field and provides learners with both theoretical pedagogical underpinnings and practical hands-on applications of the technologies in different learning contexts. 
The course is being offered by distance learning.

The course is designed using the latest research on learning and curriculum design, with personalisation, contextualisation and application of the knowledge built into the programme.

This course may be of interest to members of staff involved in teaching or supporting programme development, and of particular interest to those involved in the provision of distance learning courses. 

By studying this course you will be:
  • Gaining a comprehensive overview of the use of new technologies in supporting different types of learning.
  • Introduced to the key concepts and theoretical foundations established by e-learning research.
  • Provided with state of the art exemplars detailing the use of technology to support different pedagogical approaches.
  • Prepared to apply key concepts from key disciplines to your own educational contexts and interests.
  • Developing a detailed and critical understanding of the potential of learning and teaching innovation in your own educational contexts.
Click here for full details of the course and its modules. 
To apply:

If you are interested in this course and have any questions, please contact Dr Palitha Edirisingha:

Tel: +44(0)116 252 3753

Enjoy the new course!  

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