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The openED course on “Business and Management Competencies in a Web 2.0 world” will start on April 26th 2011 in its 2nd edition!...

The openED course on “Business and Management Competencies in a Web 2.0 world” will start on April 26th 2011 in its 2nd edition!

openED is a FREE/OPEN course targeting business students and practitioners alike. The course consists of 10 modules allowing participants to choose the individual modules they are interested in. This is to say that you can either take all of the 10 modules, or just those ones that you are interested at.

openED offers something to all: You can either TAKE IT or TEACH IT - make the course suit your needs!!!

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  • Business and Management Competencies in a Web 2.0 world a free/open courseTEACH IT – MAKE THE COURSE SUIT YOUR NEEDS!!!Join us on the 2nd edition of a new, collaborative and global business course that is FREE andOPEN to everyone. The openED 2.0 course has something to offer those studying business atuniversity level and business professionals in private, public or charitable organisations.The course consists of 10 modules with each lasting around 10-30 hours: short enough to fitwith other work commitments but long enough to fully engage with the topic. It is possible tochoose to work on a series of modules, just a single module, or the entire course.Participants who joined the 1st edition of the course came from many countries across Europeand the Globe. This means openED 2.0 provides opportunities to meet, talk and exchange ideaswith others from different cultures. Access to their work will be available to new participants tohelp them in their study.The ‘open learning’ ethos of the course may be new to many participants but there is supporton hand to help build those important skills associated with online working, learning andknowledge sharing.TEACH THE COURSE – PROVIDE EXTRA SERVICES FOR FREE OR FOR FEEAll the core learning resources, facilitated online sessions or peer support are available FORFREE.We invite educators to offer extra services like In-class lessons, private virtual support or markedassessment and accreditation/certification for each of the course modules. All you have to do isto go to the Extra Service Directory and register the services you would like to provide.You can offer extra services for FREE or for FEE, you decide! To learn more about the opportunitiesjust visit the Partner Programme at www.open-ed.eu. Course Duration: Total 14 weeks Start: 26 Apr 2011 End: 29 Jul 2011
  • Start: 26 Apr 2011 Course Introduction Week End: 29 Apr 2011 Start: 02 May 2011 Module 1 Tools for collaboration End: 20 May 2011 Start: 23 May 2011 Module 2 Searching for information in business and management End: 10 Jun 2011 Start: 13 Jun 2011 Module 3 Project management End: 01 Jul 2011 Start: 04 Jul 2011 Module 4 Developing personal skills in communication End: 15 Jul 2011 Start: 02 May 2011 Module 5 A1 What is the question? End: 20 May 2011 Start: 23 May 2011 Module 5 A2 Quantitative and qualitative analysis tools End: 10 Jun 2011 Introduction to the contemporary enterprise and managerial Start: 06 Jun 2011 Module 5 P1 functions End: 24 Jun 2011 Start: 04 Jul 2011 Module 5 P2 Project management advanced End: 15 Jul 2011 Start: 11 Jul 2011 Module 5 P3 Change management End: 22 Jul 2011 Start: 27 Jun 2011 Module 6 The ethical organisation End: 01 Jul 2011 Final Presentations & Start: 25 Jul 2011 Wrap up & Best-Of Polls End: 29 Jul 2011 Further contacts Hugo Magalhães e-mail: hugomagalhaes@spi.pt Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação, PT Andreas Meisznerunder patronage of industry support e-mail: meiszner@merit.unu.edu United Nations University UNU-MERIT, NL