UNIPS (University Pedagogical Support) is a common learning platform for University Pedagogical studies for UNIPS-partner Universities in Finland. All the visitors are welcome to use all the materials independently (self-study) and teachers and Doctoral Candidates of UNIPS-partner Universities in Finland are able to take small online courses, "modules" to get credit points (guided study). The aim of the modules is to support University teachers by giving keys to reflect their thoughts and conceptions of teaching and learning in higher education. Most of the modules are about the basic concepts, theories and practises about teaching and learning. Some of the modules aim to support you to plan your teaching and there are modules about more spesific topics like working life skills.  Start studying by watching the the videos "Welcome to study in UNIPS " and "How to study in UNIPS" below.  Then you can take a look at the modules and start studying. Information about guided studies for staff and Doctoral Candidates of UNIPS-partner Universities in the bottom of this page.

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Take a look at the modules below and start studying. More modules (e.g. “Entrepreneurial teaching and learning”, “Creating and utilizing working life skills” and “Group Processes in Teaching and Learning”) will be published in Autumn 2018. Information about guided studies for staff and Doctoral Candidates of UNIPS-partner Universities in the bottom of this page.

Modules (Self-study materials available for all the visitors)

Guided study (For staff and Doctoral Candidates of partner Universities in Finland)

Teachers and Doctoral Candidates of UNIPS-partner Universities in Finland are able to take small online courses, "modules" to get credit points (guided study). Open the intranet-link of your own University to find information about the guided study possibilities: University of Turku, University of Jyväskylä, Tampere University of technology, Lappeenranta University of technology, University of Eastern Finland, University of Oulu, Aalto University and Hanken School of Economics.