Learning takes place in online classes, independent studies, teamwork and online-studies.
The assessment of one’s own learning.
- E-books and online articles
- Online tutorials
- Companies’ web-portals
- Industry related reports and statistics
- Relevant media, news agencies, quality press, etc.
Social networking tools
- Instructors’ own materials, materials produced by students.
- Ojasalo, K., Moilanen, T. & Ritalahti J. 2014:
Methods for Development Work. New kind of competence in business operations
- Creswell, J.W (2003) “Research Design” Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed
Methods. Approaches. Second edition
- Miles, M.B. and Huberman, A.M (1988 or 1994): Qualitative Data Analysis: an
expanded sourcebook. SAGE Publications Books
Moodle exam date: 11.05.2023
Re-exam date: To be confirmed later
Participants and lecturers are international. International learning materials. International case studies. International articles and videos
27.03.2023 - 19.05.2023
participants are expected to participate actively in online classes Students will be divided into different groups of max 5. Each group will get a small research project. The group will use one or several research methods and will write a short final report at the end. In addition, each group will have time to present own final results in a plenary online session. Detailed instructions are posted in Moodle.
20.03.2023 : Introduction to the course and to research process
21.03.2023 : Introduction to quantitative research methods and to assignments
23.03.2023 : Introduction to the role of theory in research and how to finding sources for own project
24.03.2023 : Qualitative data collection methods: Planning and conducting Interviews and focus groups
30.03.2023 : Qualitative data collection methods: Observations and Ethnography
13.04.2023 : Qualitative data analysis process
20.04.2023 : Qualitative Data analysis : Documents and text analysis
27.04.2023 : Research and Ethical consideration
Reliability and validity of research and results
11.05.2023 : Individual Moodle exam
Final presentations own project in groups
25.05.2023 Final presentation and course feedback
If students have acquired the required competence in previous work tasks, recreational activities or other courses, they may show the competence with a demonstration and progress faster through their studies. More information and instructions for recognizing and validating prior learning (RPL) should be discussed with the responsible teachers.
Evariste Habiyakare, Eva Holmberg
15 - 100
The course will be assessed on a scale of 0-5
Following will be assessed:
- Participation and activity
- Research report
- Presentations skills
- Final Moodle exam
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