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Table 1 The complexity of learning tasks associated with competencies

From: Investigating feedback implemented by instructors to support online competency-based learning (CBL): a multiple case study

Competency Associated learning tasks (Assigned points according to the syllabus)
1. Basic course tool Blogs as reflective writing tools (3); Screencast type demonstration tools (3); Google Docs as a collaborative writing tool (3); Cloud storage and sharing tools (3)
2. Digital literacy Skills of the twenty-first century (2); Teaching in the twenty-first century (4); Developing a workshop about digital literacy and twenty-first century skills (4)
3. Writing objectives Defining performance (3); Defining condition (3); Defining criterion (3); Writing lesson objectives (5)
4. Presentation Tools Designing your presentation (4); Creating your presentation (5); Value of developing a presentation (3)
5. Assessment and Interaction Tools Polls, forms and surveys (4); Study and Quiz Tools (3); Assessments as learning tools (3)
6. Mobile Learning Tools Video production with mobile devices (4); Virtual reality with mobile learning (3); Types of mobile learning apps (3)
7. Website Development Tools Designing your website (4); Creating your website (5); Value of developing a website (3)
8. Interactive Module IM background and content planning (10); Planning for technology integration (10); IM drafting and feedback (10); IM final version (30)
9. Video Production Tools Designing your video (4); Creating your video (7); Value of developing and editing a video (3);
10. Scratch Introduction to Scratch (null); Scratch as a community (null); Creating your own Scratch project (null)
11. Information Literacy and Research Tools Accessing journal research articles (3); Using and evaluating the accessed information (5); Copyright and fair use (4); Accessing, organizing, and storing info (5); Reflecting on research tools (5)