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¡A estudiar a la calle! Una expresión paradójica, ¿verdad? El hecho de que estas palabras nos choquen no es solo una señal inequívoca de que ya tenemos una edad, más bien de que hemos interiorizado que aprender es sentarse entre cuatro paredes, escuchar pasivamente, anotar, memorizar… Y todo esto sin salir de un aula. Ignorando los límites físicos del aprendizaje que nos ligan a un espacio y a un tiempo de foco, y.. 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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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. 3rd – 7th April 2017.

This week we focus on technological trends and e-Learning strategies for teachers, paying special attention to gamification, its uses on language learning and the benefits it brings to students with learning difficulties. Monday, 3 April • 7 habits of TechTeachers (you can see a proper version of the image here). The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teachers Who Use Technology #EdTech #IMMOOC #ETCoaches #LeadLAP pic.twitter.com/1oxlWySC0t — Alex Lianne Carter (@AlexLCarterEDU) April 2, 2017.. 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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Weekly Tweet Selection. 20th – 24th March 2017.

 Monday, 20 March • Bullet points on the benefits of e-Learning. The Benefits Of eLearning In the Present World https://t.co/xQJqpyv100 pic.twitter.com/bUwrQbmosJ https://t.co/HnVbj972TP — olayemi (@degovnoor) March 21, 2017 • Considerations about the growing demand of pedagogical design experts due to the transformation of learning and teaching. A Shift Toward Learning Design: What It Isn’t, Why It’s Needed, & If It’s Right for You https://t.co/X0VUiaD4Pq #highered #elearning pic.twitter.com/F5r3n9JY8u — EdSurge HigherEd (@HigherEdSurge) March 21,.. Read More

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Weekly Tweet Selection. 13rd – 17th March 2017.

 Monday, 13 March • How to best implement technology in your team. 9 Essential #EdTech Ideas to Share With Your Team https://t.co/2WMSZMPqM7 #education pic.twitter.com/3nvOKSkGZN — EduTechGuys (@edutechguys) March 13, 2017 • The unprecedented transformation of learning and teaching process thanks to EdTech and AI. How #ArtificialIntelligence Is Changing #Education https://t.co/3B0iy4fIKA #Technology #Edtech #TeachersMatter #Schools #AI #MachineLearning pic.twitter.com/ZHLMExSnFg — Stefano Marinelli (@StefanoMrnll) March 13, 2017  Tuesday, 14 March • DTransform Leadership School hosted by.. Read More

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2016 Trends in e-learning publications

1,5 min   Do you know which are the most common topics of scientific papers on e-learning? Is your research in line with this trending topics? BIP (Boosting Impact Publications) is an eLearn Center initiative devoted to aid e-learning researchers in the publication process. It has identified the most published e-learning subjects on impact journals in 2016 in Web of Science and Scopus databases. Mobile learning (m-learning) and MOOCs are the most recurrent.. Read More

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