Total flexibility – independence of time and place
Easy access to updated information
A modern, inspirational learning mode
By studying through our e-learning mode, you will benefit from the flexibility of controlling your own time. You will be able to study part-time and work full-time in industry simultaneously. You will get the latest up-dated information within the taught fields.
E-learning is very different from traditional classroom teaching. Emphasis is on learning, rather than teaching, which means that much responsibility lies with the student. The concept requires some degree of self-discipline, but the lecturer will, of course, offer all the support and guidance necessary.
Study groups may be set up on-line to facilitate discussions and learning, and for mutual inspiration and motivation. The timetable provided will indicate when and in which order the student is expected to go through the material. It is possible to go through the material more slowly or quickly than recommended, but the student will be asked to keep pace with fellow students to achieve maximum benefit from on-line discussions.
The e-learning concept makes use of both on-line conference facilities, video-clips and inter-active multimedia-based learning objects to facilitate individual learning. All teaching is effected over the Internet with standard browsers like Microsoft Explorer, Firefox or Opera. The latest versions have proved to work best. No plug-ins or downloads are necessary.
The current Learning Management System (LMS) is called Blackboard, which is one of the most advanced e-learning systems, but also one of the easiest to employ. This platform has been chosen because it supports our unique e-learning concept very well. Communication is mostly done electronically. Examinations take place in either London or Kolding or at other approved locations world-wide.
Student support is available when required. Administrative support is provided by the course administration at the IBA in Kolding; academic support is offered by the lecturers through the conferences and e-mail.
IT-support is offered from the IT support centre at the IBA during working hours. E-mail: email@example.com
or tel. +45 7224 1650 (direct number)