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Université Toulouse 1 Capitole Law Economics Management


E-Learning Training (FOAD)

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Address
2 rue du Doyen-Gabriel-Marty
31042 Toulouse cedex 9
Email
service.foad@ut-capitole.fr
On the Internet
http://www.ut-capitole.fr/foad
Phone.
05 61 63 37 86

Activities

 

The E-learning training service (FOAD) is developing new online courses in the various university fields: law, economics, management (IAE), information technology and communication.

The educational methods chosen emphasize interactivity. A tutor specialized in the subject supervises the weekly forums and tutorials (TD). The learners can exchange via chats, forums, and their own e-mails. The educational material can be downloaded in PDF and printed. We are currently working on teaching material diversification (videos, sound, interactive bibliographies) and exchange techniques (video conferencing).

Examinations are organized on site. Under some specific conditions, they may be held in decentralized centres. We privilege continuous evaluation for a number of courses and we are currently developing online examinations.

The length of training may be flexible, adapted to individual constraints and to self-paced learning:  training therefore may last from one to several years.

 

Academic Programs


(go to the our E-Learning courses on the French website)

E-Learning Training (FOAD)

Date of update February 12, 2013


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29 online courses

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Toulouse 1 Capitole (UT1) is a teaching and research centre of international excellence for law, economics and management. We are proud to have Jean Tirole, the 2014 Nobel Prize in Economy among our lecturer-researchers. In 2012, it was awarded the "Jean-Monnet Centre of Excellence" label by the European Commission.

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