Recently, the UOC University has launched a cycle of webinars entitled ‘Docencia no presencial de emergencia’ with the aim of supporting teachers who have to face the challenge of adapting their face-to-face pedagogical activity to carry it out virtually as a consequence of the coronavirus crisis. .
Each of these webinars will be delivered in real time and will address a central aspect of the transition process from face-to-face education to practical, informed and effective online education models. Prior registration is required.
Second webinar “Online course design”
The next session of the webinar cycle is titled “Online course design” and will be taught virtually by Lourdes Guàrdia on Wednesday April 15.
In this webinar, Lourdes Guàrdia, professor of the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, will give us guidelines that help teachers, so that they can organize the design action from a holistic look; from the competencies, to the learning activities and resources, the evaluation and the necessary technological tools, in order to obtain a course design that meets these criteria of adequacy and quality.
Consult the first webinar “Teaching and learning online: overcoming social distance”
The session that opened the webinar cycle was titled “Teaching and learning online: overcoming social distance” and was given by Albert Sangrà last Wednesday, April 8.. Below we share the video of the webinar: