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Specialized Module Courses

Digital Transformation

  • face-to-face: students attend on campus
  • hybrid: T4EU students attend online, home students attend on campus
  • blended: the course is largely online (for all students), but there may be face-to-face elements, for instance for project work, at the mobility week or a final exam
  • basic course (BC): knowledge in area of expertise
  • application course (AC): students apply knowledge to gain experience and generate societal transformative impact in limited scope

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3D modelling with CLO

Together with the fast evolving technologies of AR, VR and 5G the need for digital fashion assets is rising. 3D simulation and digital design helps to reduce waste, but also enables access to the Metaverse which holds loads of creative opportunities. This CLO 3D simulation program workshop gives the participant tools for shifting to digital workflow via creating, developing fashion accessories and expanding student’s self-expression opportunities using 3D software. This is an intensive, small group workshop where all students have  the opportunity for practical tasks by a leading expert in the field Flavia Bon (https://www.flaviabon.com/about).  

Subject is passed when the student attends 80% of the course and finishes all assignments given by the tutor.

  • As the course contains small group and individual mentontoring, the course has limitid number of participants. The availability of the seat is confirmed in the first week of October.  
  • CLO 3D is paid software, the student can use CLO free trial for passing the course in his/her own computer. In case of participating in-site in EKA, EKA’s computer class computers are used.

We hope to meet all students in EKA, Tallinn (in case your school has a possibility to provide Erasmus short term mobility to EKA).  It’s also a possibility to participate full days via Zoom.

The Estonian Academy of Arts ECTS: 3 | AC | Modality: face-to-face or online | Language: English
Start date: Block course October 16th-20th 2023 full days (8.00-16.30 CET)

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Information Society Technologies

This course aims to develop basic understanding in information society (knowledge society) and modern communication technologies. The content includes concepts of information society (knowledge society); information and telecommunication technologies; information encoding, collection, processing, storage, retrieval and dissemination; global networks; human-computer interaction; activities and services in electronic space; information systems and registries; information reliability and security; legal, social, and ethical aspects and strategies of information society. Students on completion of this subject should perceive basic concepts and processes of information society. Teaching methods are lectures, individual and group work. 

More at: https://www.vdu.lt/lt/study/subject/178/

Vytautas Magnus University ECTS: 4 | BC | Modality: online | Language: English
Start date: September 4, 2023

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Artificial Intelligence – An Interdisciplinary Introduction

Great technological advances in such areas as computer sciences, artificial intelligence (AI), and robotics are currently changing – and will continue to change – our social and political life substantially. This interdisciplinary seminar on AI is a comprehensive introduction into some of the most important issues of AI related to the important fields of computer sciences, philosophy/ethics, law, and economy. 

More at: https://www.vdu.lt/lt/study/subject/10717/

Vytautas Magnus University ECTS: 4 | BCModality: online | Language: English
Start date: September 4, 2023

For Erasmus students:

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Podcasting and Vlogging for Beginners 

Podcasting is one of the fastest-growing forms of online content. This course explores how to make podcasts and vlogs that are meaningful and interesting to a wide audience. Students will learn the practical skills needed to be able to make their own podcasts and vlogs, and they will also gain skills they can use in generating and creating original content. 

With examples of successful content, the class will examine the value in podcasting and vlogging, why it has become so popular, and what skills are specific to the medium. The course will then give a thorough grounding in how to write, produce, and edit podcasts and vlogs, using readily available software, and hardware already available to the student. 

Dates: on Mondays, October, 2nd – December, 11th 2023 at 16.45 – 18.15 CET (17.45-19.15 Tallinn time). (No course on Monday, October 23rd) 

The Estonian Academy of Arts ECTS: 3 | BCModality: online | Language: English
Start date: October 2, 2023

For Erasmus students:

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Digital Entrepreneurship 

After attending the module “Digital Entrepreneurship” students are able to use different tools and techniques from the entrepreneurship field to make decisions in an entrepreneurial environment characterized by uncertainty. In particular, challenges and approaches that arise from increasing digitalization and the associated development of new technologies and that are consequently applied in digitally focused start-ups will be addressed. 

In the module “Digital Entrepreneurship” different decision strategies and frameworks from research and practice are presented, which are clearly oriented towards a multitude of concrete examples and applications. The goal of this course is to give students a profound understanding of the relevance, requirements, structures and methods of digital start-ups. 

Further details are available at: https://www.uni-saarland.de/lehrstuhl/schnellbaecher/lehre/master-vorlesungen/digital-entrepreneurship.html  

Saarland University ECTS: 6 | BC | Modality: hybrid | Language: English
Start date: October 30, 2023. , Mondays from 14.15 to 15.45 (lecture) & from 16.00 to 17.30 (tutorial)

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