From June 17 to 20 has taken place the twenty-seventh edition of the annual conference EDEN 2018, on this occasion held in Genoa, Italy. The conference has been organised by the European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN).
This year, the theme of the conference has been “Exploring the micro, meso and macro: Navigating between dimensions in the digital learning landscape”.
Participation of Edul@b
The Edul @ b research group has actively participated in several of the activities that have taken place in the frame of the conference. These activities are the following:
- June 18: The main researcher of Edul@b Montse Guitert has presented the session entitled “Presentation of a model of Online Collaborative Project-Based Learning (OCPBL) within a Digital Competence course in Higher Education”, elaborated in collaboration with the researchers of the group Teresa Romeu and Marc Romero.
- June 18: Two doctoral students from Edul@b have presented the research they are currently carrying out. On the one hand, Mitchell Peters presented the session “A Digital Learning Ecologies Conceptual Framework in the Microsystem of online Higher Education” and, on the other hand, Deborah Arnold presented the session on “E-leadership literacies for TEL HEI”.
- June 20: Albert Sangrà, director of Unesco Chair in Education & Technology for Social Change of the UOC and leading researcher of the European project Erasmus+ CODUR (Creating an Online Dimension for University Rankings) have given a workshop, with the collaboration of Montse Guitert and Juliana Raffaghelli, to present the CODUR project and the indicators that have emerged within the frame of this project.
You can find more information about the conference using the hashtag: #eden2018.