Weekly Tweet Selection. 19th to 23rd June 2017

This Weekly Tweet Selection is centered in Instructional Design and the role of teachers, specially. From the paper of micro-credentials to the idea of the obsolescence of Instructional Designer concept passing through the skills in digital writing for students and teachers. Another highlighted topic is the role of Artificial Intelligence in education and solve problem and also data interaction through Machine Learning and its interactions with human learning. Other compliled tweets and articles treat.. Read More

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Weekly Tweet Selection. 5th – 9th June 2017.

This weekly Tweet selection regards specially to Data Analytics and Educational Technology. We take a look to the skill development of the students who will be the future employees, the future of eLearning and also to the EPFL’s new Swiss EdTech Collider which will be home to around thirty startups on EdTech.  HEI related Data Analytics and the management of these information resources and its relation with AI and Virtual Reality are redefining the.. 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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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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Weekly Tweet Selection. 25th – 28th April 2017.

This latest April’s week selection gathers information about Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence on education, simulation environements and the incidence of Data Analysis on learning development. We have also focused on the paper of technology in both studying and teaching. Monday, 24 April • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning applications on education. 10 uses cases – Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Education #AI https://t.co/w1cXSFQMOx #elearning #edtech #mlearning pic.twitter.com/CTOaghjjJR — eraser juⒶnjo * ✘.. Read More

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eLC Monthly Recommendation. April 2017.

The eLC monthly recommendation is a compilation of several e-Learning and ICT experts articles. This current issue regards to changes in the e-Learning landscape, how automation can keep students on task and the motivations of learners. The experiences of e-Learning world professionals are capital so we include a blog recommendation. With regard to innovation, we highlight a pair of informations about disruption on Digital Learning and trends in EdTech, technological advances for teachers.. Read More

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eLC Monthly Recommendation. March 2017.

The eLC monthly recommendation is a compilation of several e-Learning and ICT experts articles. On the current issue we will take a look over some of the latest Instructional Design and Educational skills such as the use of Gamification in teacher development, some tips to reduce cognitive load, Educational Technology and the importance of applying technology to education (and no the other way around) and the changing educational landscape. We have also focused.. Read More

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