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Edul@b participate in the ICERI 2020 Conference


On the 9th and 10th of November 2020 the Conference of Education, Research and Innovation “ICERI” 2020 was held virtually with a focus on “Transforming Education, Transforming Lives”. Marcelo Maina, Lourdes Guàrdia, Sandrine Albert, Federica Mancini and Derek Clougher, members of the Edul@ab team, presented the paper “Using an ePortfolio to Showcase Student’s Employability Skills:…

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Compilation of resources on emergency remote teaching


From the publication of the “Decalogue for unexpected online teaching“On March 16, our research group, Edul@b, activated a strategy to contribute from their experience with the needs of educational institutions as a product of the impact of Covid-19. This contribution then continued with the webinar cycle Emergency remote teaching. In order to continue to support…

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Edul@b participate in the EDEN 2020 Conference


This year the EDEN 2020 Conference, in its newly adopted virtual format, invited researchers to participate and share their work with a focus on “enhancing the human experience of learning with technology: new challenges for research in digital, open, distance & networked education”. Lourdes Guàrdia, Marcelo Maina, Derek Clougher and Federica Mancini, members of the…

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Impact of using learning analytics in asynchronous online discussions in higher education


The article “Impact of using learning analytics in asynchronous online discussions in higher education” written by Edul@b researchers Montse Guitert and Teresa Romeu and Edul@b doctoral student Juan Pedro Cerro has been published in the International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education. Abstract of the article Following asynchronous online discussion activities as a complex…

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Exploring data practices in Higher Education Institutions


(Read the synthesis of results) We keep on exploring the idea of Data Cultures. We did it now through this survey which uncovered data practices in teaching. Our initial assumption is that the institutions adopt  data practices (or get used to them) according not only to individual initiatives of research and innovation, but above all,…

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Upcoming event “Strategies and actions for discontinuous educational contexts”


In the wake of the exceptional situation that the COVID-19 health crisis has brought, and due to the current circumstances, from Edul@b we have considered it necessary to offer all teachers an event to learn about strategies and actions to develop the teaching task in these discontinuous educational contexts, from the perspective of what online…

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New article of Edul@b: “Key elements for a learning model based on online collaborative projects (ABPCL) in Higher Education”


The article “Key elements for a learning model based on online collaborative projects (ABPCL) in Higher Education” written by the researchers of Edul@b Montse Guitert, Teresa Romeu and Marc Romero has been published in the American Journal of Distance Education. Abstract of the article Collaborative learning is a key approach to the development of teaching…

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Decalogue for the improvement of online teaching: Proposal to educate in discontinuous face-to-face contexts


The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the foundations of our education. We have found ourselves faced with the impossibility of our students being able to travel to educational centers, which have been closed due to the confinement decreed in most countries. Unexpectedly, educational institutions have been forced to adopt emergency solutions, migrating to remote non-face-to-face teaching…

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A new industrial PhD collaboration takes off: “Making visible the invisible. Data-driven analysis of scientific literacy through video games”


🔗 This industrial doctorate grant is published in GENCAT portal at this link 🗓️ Deadline: 18 SEPT Edul@b and GECON Foundation are proud to announce a joint PhD research project in the context of the Programme “Industrial PhD” supported by the Catalonian Government. This PhD project attempts to deal with such challenges of tracing learning…

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The CRISS Digital Competence Framework has been published on the European Commission’s Innovation Radar platform


The ‘CRISS Digital Competence Framework: concept and model for development, assessment and certification’ designed by UOC under the CRISS project has been selected for publication on the EU’s Innovation Radar platform, an initiative launched to inform citizens on the most outstanding EU-funded innovations. The framework has been tested through a large-scale pilot in 535 primary…

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