“Through this project we develop 3 specific syllabus. We want to create a unique and impactful contribution to our marine science curriculum and students learning experience under this new challenging era.”
Collaboratively develop teaching portfolio that fully appreciate the engineering and management sides of marine and coastal environmental issues. And exposure students to cutting edge science and policy developments. All this requires smooth and institutionalised relations to the world of profession, easy access to international knowledge base, and to the databases of case studies in the region.
Provide adequate ICT solutions. Students need more structured guidance in policy- and internationally relevant research, integrated solutions for blended learning, individual & group learning portfolio, e-learning multimedia modules, e-science module for undergraduate and postgraduate courses
Improve educational content, research and practical
materials related to the subject areaproject updates and deliverables, discussion area, survey facility and access to the eMARE e-learning platform
MARE Syllabus Content
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