The digital transformation has changed the paradigm of all sectors, and education is no less. In order to adapt the teaching methods to our new reality, Nebrija University offers this specialization program in e-Learning teaching.
Participants will acquire a solid methodological basis in online teaching, learning to optimize new technologies and the application in their daily use. With the improvement in these skills, the professional will acquire the necessary skills to be able to act in both virtual and hybrid environments.
Includes: Course contents, tutoring, facilitation, formative evaluations, forums and debates.
Admission requirements: Education professionals, students, professional managers of company training.
This program has been designed with the methodological approach of the Nebrija Global Campus. It follows a very practical pedagogy (learning by doing), oriented to the exercise of teaching and the development of critical sense, reflection and autonomy.
It is taught in the online modality. The student acquires all the focus in a model in which the teacher is the tutor that guides him/her on the theoretical, methodological, practical and bibliographic level.
Active and participatory student learning is encouraged through forums, tutorials (individual and group), formative assessments (self-assessments and activities) and projects. The student will always have qualitative and quantitative feedback from the teacher.
Introduction: e-Learning, b-Learning, m-Learning, t-learning, PLE.
Applied learning theories. Instructional design and teaching strategies
|Platforms and Technology
Learning Management Systems.
Authoring tools: content design and video editing.
Usability and accessibility. Augmented reality, gamification and new trends
Generation of ideas and use tools.
Types of speeches in digital settings.
Typography and style norms. References and citations: computer managers of bibliographic references.
Reviewing written work
|Speaking in digital settings
Essential elements of oratory.
Characteristics of a good speaker.
Barriers of digital communication.
The challenge of gestural communication in online environments.
Emotional speech: meet the audience.
Secondary elements: pauses and dramatization.
Taking care of your voice
|Law in eLearning (eLaw)
Online communities and e-Legality.