eLC Crew Holidays Recommended Reading

It’s summertime and the eLearn Center crew has thought about how to fulfill those spaces in which you would like to read a bit of your favourite topic: e-Learning! We have made a selection of different format recommendations, highlighting the following e-Learning related topics among others: Media and Digital Curation Instructional Design Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Ethical implications and moral dilemmas of the new technologies LMS The future of HEIs We have also divided.. Read More

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eLC Monthly Recommendation. July 2017.

Our summer article recommendation tries to summarize the latest educational and EdTech related informations which can be relevant to e-Learning landscape. How can we humanize online learning, how to implement educational technology and apps in the classroom and what are the benefits of microlearning are some of the topics we have chosen. A part from that, there is a look over the immersive technologies in learning and the role of gamification in the.. Read More

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Weekly Tweet Selection. 24th to 28th July 2017

This is the last Weekly Tweet Selection until september and we will focus on some tools to help teachers in their tasks to prepare the new course. With this purpose, we have selected some informations about the importance of the adoption of Educational Technologies to boost students experience, some examples and the latest advances in the research on how gamification is helping in the process of learning. One of the main points to.. Read More

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Weekly Tweet Selection. 17th to 21st July 2017

In this 17th to 21st July Weekly Tweet Selection we do highlight some e-Learning tips for instructors and other resources, such as the ETHE journal article about Design Thinking and e-Learning. On one hand there are two articles about assessment from two diferent points of view: PBL and Innovation; on the other hand, there are two Mobile phones selected articles about a few Apps for instructional designers and strategies in learning through the use of.. Read More

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Weekly Tweet Selection. 12th to 16th June 2017

This eLC weekly Twitter selection focuses on several resources for online teachers, from design to storyboards and authoring tools. A part from that, the article regards on the benefit that digital learners and students will take from technology among others. The special focus lays upon the 5th SpinUOC edition, within the frame of the HUBBIK platform. It is the UOC’s scenario for the entrepeneurship and innovation where some projects are showcased and then.. Read More

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Weekly Tweet Selection. 29th May – 2nd June

On this weekly Twitter selection, we highlight Wednesday 31 celebration of the UOC Research Showcase 2017, held in CosmoCaixa in Barcelona. The event aims to foster collaboration among the University’s R&I professionals by improving the visibility of the current research and projects. This showcase raises awareness of the progress of the University’s research, development and innovation activities among its community. In a university-wide call for proposals the Research and Innovation Scientific Committee selected 21 research.. 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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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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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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