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of technology for learning and training in lowand middle-income (LMIC) countries. Many of the examples will be taken from healthcare and students will be introduced to the on-going research projects in this area. The course will introduce a range of theoretical, methodological and empirical approaches to research. It will involve practical exercises and group project work. Students will have the opportunity to critically examine when technology is (and is not) appropriate for use in the speciﬁc contexts of LMICs. Aims : Understand the role of technology in the context of learning in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) Frame current debates in the ﬁeld including the relationship between technology and inequality Understand the role of social justice as a theoretical underpinning for project work in ICT for development (ICT4D) Understand the relationship between its use in ICT4D and other ﬁelds (e.g. global health and educational systems research) Explore the use of new and emerging technologies in healthcare training in LMICs Objectives : Critique the rhetoric of “appropriate technologies” and the ethical implications of the debate for marginalised communities Introduction to current research projects and the challenges they raise for pedagogical design and training quality in LMICs Discuss the importance of participant voice in research Present the results of project-based work Required reading : to be deﬁned.
Descriptif du cours : Le téléphone ou smartphone est l'archétype de la convergence et de la diversité des problématiques de propriété intellectuelle. L'atelier a pour objet d'appréhender et de décrire les principales étapes préalables au lancement d'une gamme de téléphones et les principaux contrats y afférents, prenant en compte la multiplicité et la diversité des acteurs, comme la globalisation du secteur. Lectures principales demandées : à déﬁnir.
TEN HEALTHCARE CHALLENGES OF EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Antoine GEORGES-PICOT (Associé (GOVHE)). Pedagogical Format : Elective Course validation : Students will be graded upon four different types of group and personal work : - Group presentation of a case study 40% ; - One to one prepared Debate 30% ; - Collecting relevant bibliography : 20% ; - Participation to exchanges 10%. Workload : For this course a student will need to do some personal researches in order to prepare : - one case study presentation with two other students (assignments announced during the 1st session), - one debate against another student (topic announced a week in advance), - one relevant bibliography on the lesson (at least 4 documents, short presentation required). Pedagogical Method : Each session will consist of four parts : - Presentation of the challenge by a healthcare professional and Q&A ; - Case study prepared by a group of students ; - Debate between two students on a speciﬁc question ; - Students‘ succinct presentation of the bibliography. 1773
TÉLÉPHONE : UN CAS CONCRET
Semestre : Automne Nombre d'heures : 8 Langue d'enseignement : français
Enseignants : David MASSON (Avocat associé, Cabinet Dentons). Format pédagogique : Atelier