Càtedra UNESCO International Seminar 2018

8 April, 2019

This post has been translated from the original which can be consulted here. 

On the 12th November 2018, the UOC UNESCO Chair in Education and Technology for Social Change hosted the Annual International Seminar at the Col·legi Oficial d’Agents Comercials de Barcelona (COACB). This theme of this years event was ‘Lifelong Learning: how does our society learn?’.

The seminar addressed key areas including the various ways in which society learns with specific focus on new technologies and how the public use them. Invitees included, Lisa Blascke (Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg), Dave Cormier (University of Prince Edward Island).

For those interested in learning more about what the seminar addressed there is a series of videos available on YouTube at the following links:

Dr. Teresa Guasch – Introduction

Dr. Albert Sangrà – Presentation

Dr. Lisa Blaschke – ‘Heutagogy: Preparing Learning for Life after Higher Education’

Dr. Dave Cormier – ‘Rhizomatic Learning as a Metaphor of our Educational Development’

Dr. Albert Sangrà – ‘Las ecologías de aprendizaje a lo largo de la vida como marco de análisis e investigación’

Dr. Mercedes González Sanmamed – ‘Como aprenden los mejores docentes universitarios en la Era Digital’

Mesa Redonda: ‘El impacto de las ecologías de aprendizaje en proyectos de investigación’

Dr. Albert Sangrà: Closing

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