The 6th workshop of the MASTIS project (ESTABLISHING MODERN MASTER-LEVEL STUDIES IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS) on program Erasmus + in University of Agder (Norway).


During 4 hard but productive days of the workshop of the teachers of Ukrainian universities had the great experience in one of the best universities in Europe.

The main tasks of the workshop were presentation and discussion of courses developed by partners: MIS and Data Warehousing (Presenter – KhPI), Management of IS Projects (Presenter – KhNUE), Innovations and Entrepreneurship (Presenter – LPI), IT Infrastructure (Presenter – VNTU), IS Development and (Presenter – KPI), Enterprise Architecture Management (Presenter – KSU), IS Strategy (Presenter – UDG, UMI), IS Security (Presenter – UDG, UMI).

During the workshop, participants learned about the logistics part of university, teaching staff and the learning content. This experience will be certainly used at establishing Master’s program in Information Systems. The productive discussions between team’s members and the presentations of project results of each university were presented. The innovative methods and technologies were presented:

  • The host university and its education program in IS (Prof. Leif S. Flak, Department Leader IS)
  • Life Long Learning (LLL) program at UiA (senior Advisor Linda Hye)
  • Examples of Master courses in IS (Prof Øystein Sæbø)
  • Use of Digital Tools in education. Experiences from digital teaching projects at UiA. Discussion (Prof Øystein Sæbø)
  • Discussion requirements of Web-platform for teaching materials exchange (list of requirements and specifications)
  • Discussion: Full circle multidisciplinary teamwork projects proposal and discussion / list of projects descriptions

After come-back to the universities it is need to present the experience for students, teachers, scientists and representatives of IT companies, which are employers for future graduates who will study the curriculum of Informational Systems. It is also necessary to introduce the obtained experience in the educational process today.

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