The objective of the course is to train professionals, students and investigators in the effective managing of existing collaborative tools in the cloud applied to study, work and investigation. The course will give the participants the digital tools that will help them integrate Information and Communication Technologies in their fields of work and will improve their overall teamwork.
The specific objectives of the Course:
• participants will learn the basic principles of working online, and will become more familiar with the benefits of this type of collaborative work
• participants will become familiar with the Google Drive platform, which enables them to actively share and work on important documents in real time, online
• participants will become familiar with the Slack platform, which offers better channels of communication and coordination between team members
• participants will become familiar with the Trello platform, which offers them a valuable project management tool where all the tasks become easier to follow and to accomplish their goals easier.
Venue: El Rompido School
Address: El Rompido School Inercia Digital S.L. Calle Candilejas, nº 2, 21459 El Rompido, Cartaya, Huelva (Spain)
Dates: 07/04/2018 – 11/04/2018
Duration: 40 hours (5 days)
Fees: 350€ (70€/day)
Training fee covered: 100%
Special instructions: 100% presence is required.
Preliminary requirements: Internet knowledge.
Methods and schedule for evaluation:
This training course will follow a Non Formal methodology in every domain, in order to promote the interaction between students and trainers as well as between students themselves.
Different methods will be developed within the in-person sessions, giving special attention to the Case method and the Interrogative one.
Moreover, students will work on the Inercia Digital’s online platform. It will be useful to download the learning and supporting materials, to participate in debate forums, to ask doubts, to interact with other students, to complete the required tasks for evaluation, and to do the final theoretical questionnaires.