The output completes two of the other intellectual outputs of the project, namely the textbook (IO1) and the online course (IO2). It is divided into 4 different sections: 1 – a set of comprehensive guidelines for developing online and blended courses; 2- a detailed descriptions of the video course/MOOC on Management of Cultural Heritage in Tourism (IO2); 3 and 4 – Sections describing the Intensive Study Programs and Blended Mobilities.  Every section links practical and theoretical teaching and learning strategies and is in compliance with what was defined in the project’s proposal, namely: 

  • It is a summary of the didactical approaches used from the different lecturers and encompasses how the master module should be used by lecturers (and, those didactical approaches include, but are not limited to collaborative, interdisciplinary and context-based approaches, learner-directed, peer and immersive learning all of which are referred and illustrated within the document).  

  • It provides a description of the module, stating what should be taught and how (with which methodology, to which goal, to which audience). 

  • It describes the competences needed from the lecturer and students’ side.

  • It explains the added value of the videos from a didactical point of view. 

We believe it does help “different professional figures from different educational fields to teach the master module as the didactic will be explained within this tutorial” – and by didactic, in this particular case, is meant the description of tasks and activities carried out (otherwise it won’t be replicable or adaptable)

In addition to the document we are also attaching two Appendixes (Appendix A and B). Appendix A is a complementary document designed by EUFRAK, consisting of an additional tutorial focusing on EU projects and collaboration. Appendix B is a complementary document designed by EPA on how to implement e-learning principles and didactics in the framework of the developed master module. 

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