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Càtedra UNESCO International Seminar 2019

Seminari Internacional de la Càtedra UNESCO en Educació Tecnologia per al Canvi Social 2019 Barcelona, 12 de novembre de 2019 “Hola, sóc Alexa: què vols aprendre?”:  Robots docents o docents robots? La intel·ligència artificial ha[…]

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Càtedra UNESCO International Seminar 2018

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[…]

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Online Learning in Latin America.

Prof. Albert Sangrà, participated as a guestspeaker in Uninorte, Colombia (18th – 22nd March 2019). The conference focused on the ongoing debate surrounding online learning (OL) and how it is evolving in Latin America. Despite[…]

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CODUR presented at EDEN and CIDUI conferences

Prof. Albert Sangrà, coordinator of the CODUR project and Director of the UNESCO Chair for Education and Technology for Social Change, and members of the team Montse Guitert and Juliana Raffaghelli attended the European Distance[…]

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International Seminar on Evidence-based research: methodological approaches and practical outcomes. Insights for Online Education

Presentations Last November, 21 and 22, the International Seminar on“Evidence-based research: methodological approaches and practical outcomes. Insights for Online Education” was held in Barcelona. The international speakers invited shared their different perspectives on the topic,[…]

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Art Schools Go MOOC, With a New Online Platform

Teaching free courses in the arts as MOOCs had bee tried before via Coursera, but it did not work out well, so its authors frustrated by limitations of the Coursera platform,  just left  it –[…]

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Fake Diplomas, Real Money

An Insight into the Scam of Diploma Mills “Very little in this virtual realm is real”. This is how New York Times describes the network of alleged education institutions offering fake accreditations run by Axact,[…]

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Technology and Higher Education: challenges and opportunities for coming years

Last month the New Media Consortium (NMC) released its annual Horizon Report which identifies six key trends accelerating technology adoption in higher education and six challenges hindering its adoption. The NMC is a not-for-profit organization[…]

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European Commission Code Week: skills for the 21st century

 EC’s efforts to promote digital skills among EU population, especially among young people and long-term unemployed, are redoubling. Code skills are expected to be increasingly demanded in the labor market, and the Commission will host[…]

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Call For Papers: Special Issue on E-learning

Journal of Information Technology and Application in Education (JITAE) is an international open-access and refereed journal publishing the latest advancements in information technology and application in education. Research areas include e-learning and knowledge management, evaluation[…]