E-Learning for Employability: A Case Study from a UK Masters Programme
The MSc Intelligent Systems (IS) and the MSc Intelligent Systems and Robotics (ISR) programmes at De Montfort University are Masters level courses that are delivered both on-site and by distance learning. The courses have been running successfully on-site for 8 years and are now in the fifth year with a distance learning mode. Delivering material at a distance, especially where there is technical and practical content, presents a challenge and in this paper we focus on some of the techniques adopted to overcome these challenges. The second focus of the paper is the reasons why the students choose to study such a course and the implications they believe it has on their future employability.
Citation : Carter, J. and Pettit, I. (2013) E-Learning for Employability: A Case Study from a UK Masters Programme. Proceedings of 9th China-Europe International Symposium on Software Engineering Education (CEISEE)
Research Group : Centre for Computational Intelligence
Peer Reviewed : Yes