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Post-doc position in technology-enhanced learning

21.02.2017 10:49:21

Post-doc position in technology-enhanced learning and educational technology

Place: Centre for Educational Technology, Tallinn University, Tallinn, Estonia

Requirements: PhD degree awarded from 03.03.2012 onwards

Expression of interest deadline: February 28th, 2017

Additional information:

The Estonian Research Council supports researchers who have earned their doctoral degrees abroad in coming to Estonia for postdoctoral research. Centre for Educational Technology at the Tallinn University’s School of Digital Technologies aims to host post-doctoral researcher in the field of technology-enhanced learning and educational technology. Enquiries are welcomed and expressions of interest are accepted by email sent to Dr Kairit Tammets, Head of the Centre for Educational Technology, including an academic CV and a short statement of research intentions. Post-doc application will be coordinated with shortlisted candidates.

Applications can be related to the wide range of topics, such as, for example:

  • digital competencies
  • design and development of learning environments
  • learning analytics for supporting teaching and learning processes
  • serious games and gamification
  • learning outside of the classroom (museums, zoos, …)
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