Representatives of ADA project team have visited Tallinn University in Estonia, from March 3rd to March 6st 2019. Study visit was organized as activity in the ERASMUS+ project “Introduction of part-time and short cycle studies in Serbia / PT&SCHE”. During the visit our representatives have discussed several important topics related to activities in ADA project: short-cycle studies, distance learning, sustainability of project results and future cooperation. The main discussion topic was e-learning systems and platforms and their influence on improvement of teaching and learning. Project partners from Tallinn shared their experience with development of e-learning system. They have presented 1) OIS – Study information system i.e. student management system, 2) ASIO for managing schedules and timetables, 3) Moodle system and its implementation, 4) eDidaktikum a distant teaching project. They have discussed prior implementations of e-learning platforms in Estonia (such as Blackboard and EduFeeder) as well as their benefits and drawbacks from technical point of view.  One of the main topics was also the e-learning centre and benefits of having such centre at the University from pedagogical point of view.


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