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Cursus: 201600126
201600126
HRD & Technology in a live context
Cursus informatie
Cursus201600126
Studiepunten (ECTS)5
CursustypeCursus
VoertaalEngels
Contactpersoondr. B.J. Kolloffel
E-mailb.j.kolloffel@utwente.nl
Docenten
Contactpersoon van de cursus
dr. B.J. Kolloffel
Docent
dr. B.J. Kolloffel
Docent
dr. P. Papadopoulos
Collegejaar2020
Aanvangsblok
1B
AanmeldingsprocedureZelf aanmelden via OSIRIS Student
Inschrijven via OSIRISJa
Cursusdoelen
At the end of the course, students are able to:
 
  • work on the basis of a real-life problem about technology in an HRD context;
  • to apply academic and non-academic competences in the HRD real-live consultancy process;
  • to find and critically discuss the latest and/or most relevant scientific insights related to the given problem;
  • to find and critically discuss the latest and/or most relevant insights or best practices related to the given problem from non-academic sources;
  • to select, organize, and integrate the above mentioned information from scientific and non-scientific sources into a coherent, consistent, and meaningful report;
  • to present this final product;
  • critically reflect on one's own functioning as a member of an HRD consultancy team working on a real-life advice question.

Relationship with EST labour market (Intended Learning Outcomes [ILO’s] as described in the EST programme specific appendix of the EER):
  • This course contributes (strongly) to: Research competence, Advice competence
  • To a limited extent, this course contributes to: Domain expertise
  • This courses assesses the following ILO’s in some way (can include formal/informal, formative/summative, peer/expert): Domain expertise, Research competence, Advice competence.
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Course description:
The aim is to produce an HRD advice report in a real-life context, based on a specific request from an organization, firm or company. The research and consultancy processes that you will apply require an integration of scientific theories and research approaches in a real-life context.
This does not only require academic skills but also the competences to act in a business environment, negotiating on facilitating and inhibiting factors, and gaining support at the managerial, operational and individual levels.
 
In this course students work in teams on real HRD cases from organizations. These cases will focus on technology-enhanced learning from an HRD perspective, for example the implementation of blended learning in the workplace, the use of social media for knowledge sharing within the organization, assessment and/or evaluation of e-learning trajectories, and pros and cons of using Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
 
The aim is to provide the companies with an advice report. In this report, the latest and/or most relevant insights from scientific research and theories are presented. But it also provides an overview of best practices in other organizations or contexts, and reviews also information professional, non-scientific literature. All these insights will be presented in the advice report, along with critical discussion and practical recommendations.
 

The course starts with an introduction to HRD, technology, consultancy and some HRD intervention skills necessary to complete the course. The teams will visit a company regularly and work in a group on a tailor-made final product and a justification and reflection report. This course offers a unique chance to apply theories and research methodology in HRD contexts and offers relevant preparation for the Final Project. Preparing the advice includes: analysis of the initial questions, reports on field research, design of interventions, supporting materials, instructions for practitioners, evaluation methodology, evidence of effects; furthermore reflections on the problem, context, design, research and consultancy approach, theoretical underpinning and effects, and the added value of HRD in this case.

Assessment :
The course will be assessed and the grade will be determined on the basis of the quality of the advice report, a presentation, and an individual reflection assignment. The advice report counts for 75%, the project exam for 15%, and the individual reflection assignment counts for 10% of your final grade. This final grade needs to be at least “sufficient” (≥ 5.5) to pass this course.

Relationship with technology:
See course description

 
Voorkennis
Mandatory:
Enrolment in this course is subject to the following requirements:
The student has successfully completed the UT’s pre-M programme Educational Science and Technology (pre-M EST) (or equivalent/related BSc programme, to be decided by the M-EST admission committee).
Participating study
Master Educational Science and Technology
Verplicht materiaal
-
Aanbevolen materiaal
Course material
No books, only journal articles
Werkvormen
Opdracht
AanwezigheidsplichtJa

Practicum
AanwezigheidsplichtJa

Presentatie(s)
AanwezigheidsplichtJa

Veldwerk
AanwezigheidsplichtJa

Werkgroep
AanwezigheidsplichtJa

Toetsen
Diverse toetsvormen

Opmerking
Advise report, presentation, and individual assignment

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