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. 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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The UOC’s educational model: the foundation of our teaching and learning processes

4 min   The UOC, created close to 20 years ago, has from its very beginnings been characterised by its educational model, a model that is dynamic and flexible, permitting a variety of learning situations that always fit students’ needs. This teaching and learning model embraces all the qualifications offered by the university, thereby guaranteeing its full implementation in any training action it might carry out (subject, formative itinerary, undergraduate, postgraduate and masters)… Read More

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