The course is suitable for students from any discipline and teams will be formed as multidisciplinary teams consisting of students from different universities and countries. The focus is on wellbeing in the context of forest bioeconomy. In the previous implementations, the students have been for example from teacher education, IT engineering, forestry, biology, business, law and administration and environmental sciences. Our working life partners will present problems and cases from their operations and the student teams will design a solution (product, process, service, procedure, etc.) for it together with forest bioeconomy experts from working life. Multidisciplinary problem solving and developmental ways of working will be trained. Experts, research knowledge and different technologies are utilised for designing the solution. The course work in teams and with our working life partners will increase your future skills, the so called 21st century skills. The solutions will be shared on the online platform. Technology that enhances interaction and place and time independence will be utilised and supported during the course.
WIll be made available in an online platform.
The teams will work closely with the working life partners, which are companies, public bodies and associations.
Wärtsilä-kampus Karjalankatu 3 (WÄR)
17.01.2022 - 29.04.2022
Independent work and familiarising with the electronic material 35h Online groupwork 100 h (of which max 10h facilitated by lecturers online)
01.10.2021 - 31.10.2021
The course starts with a preliminary task 17.1.2022. Choosing the team task, design and output methods are agreed within the teams. The work will be conducted in Teams via internet and lecturers and experts are available online during separately assigned times. The course ends by 30.4.2021. The course has a few fixed times for participation and in addition to this, the student teams will agree on their own schedule.
1-5. The evaluation of the course is based on the approved completion of the course assignments, peer and expert evaluation of the digitally presented solution and participation in joint online meetings. The solution will be assessed based on: * the definition of the problem * novelty of the solution * suitability of the solution to the defined problem * justification of the solution based on research knowledge * presentation of the solution
10 - 40
Seminar times are:
Wednesday 19 Jan, 12-15 Eastern European Time (attendance is compulsory)
Wednesday 16 Feb, 12-15 Eastern European Time (date to be confirmed)
Wednesday 23 Mar, 12-15 Eastern European Time
Wednesday 27 Apr, 12-15 Eastern European Time
Attendance in at least three seminars is compulsory.
The course has been developed as a part of the DigiCampus project and the enrolment to the course is considered as consent for participation in the project research. The tasks, discussion and other materials within the course can be used as research material.The participants cannot be identified from the published reports.
The course is implemented jointly by Karelia UAS, University of Eastern Finland, University of Lapland and .South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences (XAMK).
Energia- ja ympäristötekniikan koulutus