Interview with Lluís Pastor, director of the eLearn Center of the UOC

«At the UOC we want the students to be passionate about learning» The UOC is committed to time as an engine of change, with a 0-24 hours learning immersion, in any environment and in which the student and his activity are the center.   Lluís Pastor has been a year and a half at the head of the eLearn Center of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (eLC, hereinafter),  a stage that he defines.. Read More

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Entrevista a Lluís Pastor, director del eLearn Center de la UOC

«En la UOC lo que queremos es que el aprendizaje apasione a los estudiantes» La UOC apuesta por el tiempo como motor del cambio, con una inmersión en el aprendizaje 0-24 horas, en cualquier entorno y en el que el estudiante y su actividad son el centro. Lluís Pastor lleva año y medio al frente de l’eLearn Center de la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (eLC, en adelante) una etapa que define como “estimulante”.. Read More

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Entrevista a Lluís Pastor, director de l’eLearn Center de la UOC

«A la UOC el que volem és que l’aprenentatge apassioni als estudiants» La UOC aposta pel temps com a motor del canvi, amb una immersió en l’aprenentatge 0/24 hores, en qualsevol entorn i on l’estudiant i la seva activitat són el centre. Lluís Pastor porta any i mig al capdavant de l’eLearn Center (eLC, en endavant) de la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya una etapa que defineix com “estimulant” i en la què “s’han.. Read More

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Innovación docente: consideraciones para el impulso del cambio

3’5 min   Una institución educativa que esté interesada en impulsar y evaluar el impacto que su innovación docente tendría en la mejora y transformación de sus procesos de enseñanza/aprendizaje, deberá hacerlo considerando los siguientes planteamientos previos: Situándose en el marco de su estrategia y modelo de I+D+i: ¿se está entendiendo la emergencia del futuro panorama educativo y cómo le influyen las nuevas tecnologías? ¿está en línea con las direcciones de crecimiento de.. Read More

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Weekly Tweet Selection. 22nd – 26th May 2017

This weekly tweet selection focus on innovation in the learning field on VLE, gaming and other education aspects. At this purpose, we highlight the video of the ETHE journal article about Scenarios in VLE. Some of the informations also review the latest Artificial Intelligence applications on eLearning, Virtual Reality and EdTech trends. As a tribute, we also focus on the medal of honour given this week to the 1st UOC president, Gabriel Ferraté… Read More

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Weekly Tweet Selection. 15th – 19th May 2017

This week we focus on some e-Learning aspects such as the e-Learning student empathy, how people are benefiting from online learning  an overview on the trends to come, the regulations of Higher Education and the paper of engagement in education through gamification. Other focus of interest are Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence on one hand and an article about the improvement of the visibility of scientific papers. Monday, 15 May • Infographic with the eLearning.. Read More

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Weekly Tweet Selection. 8th – 12th May 2017

This weekly Tweet selection focuses on teaching tools, habits for teachers who use technology  and teacher VS learner centered models. A part from that, we glance at the new ETHE collection about games and simulation and other sources about its relation with online learning, VLE and social media as a research tool. The other informations we have gathered are related to the implementation of automatation through some articles and infographics concerning to Machine.. Read More

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eLC Monthly Recommendation. May 2017.

The eLC monthly recommendation is a compilation of several e-Learning and ICT experts articles. This current issue examines different topics inside the learning panorama, such as the education business, a selection of 7 e-Learning sites, contents on e-Learning and some tips for educators. The experiences of e-Learning world professionals are very important so we include a blog recommendation on Higher Education. In the field of Educational Technology, we highlight a forecast for the.. Read More

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Online Learning in the Higher Education changing landscape

4 min     Due to the Digital Era, learning frontiers seem to vanish and the perspectives towards an internationalised education are widening. In this article we try to answer some questions regarding to how, from the european perspective, learning models are facing today’s society demands and how does the educational technology answer to all those new necessities.     1.- Social changes. New needs generate new educational models  Current society’s shifting shape and the.. Read More

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Weekly Tweet Selection. 1st – 5th May 2017

This week’s tweet selection gather information about some of the most trendy topics regarding to education: a classification about social media in undergraduate learning, the gamifying of classrooms and a forecast of gamification market. A part from that, we have focused on the future of Edtech and the uses of Learning Analytics for it and for learning. Some other informations about the future and rise of Robotics, AI and IoT are also included. Monday, 1.. Read More

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