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Next webinar “We used to have fun but then data came into play…”: Potentials and pitfalls of social media in academic professional development” by Stefania Manca


On January 28th, the Webinar Series on Data Cultures in Higher Education return with the webinar “”We used to have fun but then data came into play…”. Potentials and pitfalls of social media in academic professional development” by Stefania Manca. For the occasion, Stefania Manca from the Institute of Educational Technology of the National Research…

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Edul@b participates in the CRISS H2020 Symposium


Marcelo Maina, member of the Edul@b group, participated in the “CRISS H2020 Symposium on Acquiring Digital Competence in the classroom – the experience of primary and secondary schools in Europe” held last November 14th 2019 in Heraklion (Crete). The event was organised by the CRISS project, supported by the European Commission within the Horizon 2020…

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EDUL@B participates at the E+ DETECT project’s kick-off meeting


Edul@b at work! So far, this is the starting point of a three years long journey for Edul@b (represented by Teresa, Marc and Juliana) into a highly necessary discussion: to address the critical dimension of digital competence. The kick-off meeting was held at the University of Hull, coordinator of the project. In past years we…

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Visiting Scholar – Bonnie Stewart in the context of the Programme Data Cultures in Higher Education led by Edul@b


E-Learning Caffé https://www.flickr.com/photos/aspire-edu/5670674164/ – CC-BY-2.0 by Aspire-Edu During the first week of December Edul@b will warmly welcome Prof. Bonnie Stewart. She has been exchanging ideas and jointly working with Juliana E. Raffaghelli (Edul@b member) in the topic of Faculty Development to promote a critical data culture in HE. This collaboration is placed in the context of the…

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Quo Vadis? Or of the mysterious (and not so mysterious) roads of the digitalized data


By Juliana E. Raffaghelli I took part on September 27 at 8:30 PM at the European Researchers’ Night , at the headquarters of the CSIC in Barcelona. This event has been designed to disseminate research, that is, to communicate the method and results of work to a wide audience. The day chosen for the Researchers ‘ Night implies an activity that takes place not only…

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The final conference of the SELFEE project will take place on September 26 and 27 in Barcelona


The SELFEE project (Digital Literacy and Social Emotional Learning for Engagement and Employement), started in 2017, will end during this September. It will end with two events that will take place in Barcelona: A training of trainers, from September 16 to 20. A final conference, on the 26th and 27th of September. THE SELFEE PROJECT…

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Edul@b hosts the 4th EPICA Consortium Meeting


On July 10 and 11, UOC hosted the fourth international meeting of the EPICA project. The first day of the meeting, held at the Tibidabo headquarters, was attended by the International Council for Open and Distance Education (the project leader), the UOC team involved in the initiative: Lourdes Guàrdia, Marcelo Maina, Albert Sangrà, and Federica…

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Participation of Edul@b in the final conference of the DECODE Project to be held in Rome


The researchers Teresa Romeu and Marc Romero of the research group Edul@b will participate next Thursday (May 30) and Friday (May 31) in the Final Conference of the European Project DECODE to be held in the city of Rome. The main topic of the conference will be the Digital Competence for Education and during the…

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New article of Edul@b: “Lifelong learning ecologies in online higher education: Students’ engagement in the continuum between formal and informal learning”


The article “Lifelong learning ecologies in online higher education: Students’ engagement in the continuum between formal and informal learning” written by the researchers of Edul@b Mitchell Peters and Marc Romero  has been published in the British Journal of Educational Technology. The article outlines ways in which students shape their learning ecologies in virtual contexts to support formal…

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New article of Edul@b: “Learning ecologies through a lens: Ontological, methodological and applicative issues. A systematic review of the literature”


The article “Learning ecologies through a lens: Ontological, methodological and applicative issues. A systematic review of the literature” written by the researchers of Edul@b Albert Sangrá, Juliana Raffaghelli and Montse Guitert  has been published in the British Journal of Eduational Technology. The objective of this work has been to try to frame a concept on…

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