After the webinar cycle “Docencia no presencial de emergencia”: Reflections on dialogue between university and society in times of crisis


With 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 to the needs of educational institutions resulting from the impact of COVID-19. In fact, this proposal was arised from an internal communication channel of the group that saw how the…

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Upcoming ‘Data Cultures in HE’ webinar: “Building Data Cultures: narratives and activism from the Civil Society”


  Webinar Series: Data Cultures in HE: Emerging practices, professionalism and the challenge of social justice Rahul Bhargava – MIT Media Lab (US) – 20 May 2020 – REGISTRATION OPEN! By Juliana E. Raffaghelli So far so good, we are approaching to our fifth webinar in the Series. Las one was in the pre-COVID19 era in Spain, and a…

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New article “Basic digital competences for unemployed citizens: conceptual framework and training model”


It has already published, online and in open access modality in the journal Cogent Education, the article Basic Digital competencies for unemployed citizens: conceptual Framework and training model co-written by Montse Guitert, Teresa Romeu and Jean-François Colas. Abstract of the article Digital competence is a transversal key competence increasingly required by the labour market as…

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Tenth open webinar “Network collaboration for teachers and students”


The next session of the webinar cycle ‘Docencia no presencial de emergencia’ is titled “Network collaboration for teachers and students” and will be taught virtually by Montse Guitert on Wednesday, May 6. In this webinar, Montse Guitert, professor of the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, will give us guidelines for collaborating efficiently in a…

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Ninth open webinar “How to generate critical digital attitudes among our students”


The next session of the webinar cycle ‘Docencia no presencial de emergencia’ is titled “How to generate critical digital attitudes among our students” and will be taught virtually by  Juliana Raffaghelli on Monday, May 4. In this webinar, Juliana Raffaghelli, researcher of education and ICT, will review some of the most frequent critical situations to…

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Eighth open webinar “Get the most out of feedback”


The next session of the webinar cycle ‘Docencia no presencial de emergencia’ is titled “Get the most out of feedback” and will be taught virtually by Teresa Guasch and Anna Espasa  on Wednesday, April 29. In this webinar, Teresa Guasch, director of the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences and Anna Espasa, professor of the…

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Seventh open webinar “Educational and technological mediation in the development of basic skills”


The next session of the webinar cycle ‘Docencia no presencial de emergencia’’ is entitled “Educational and technological mediation in the development of basic competences” and will be delivered virtually by Toni Badia on Monday, April 27. In this webinar, Toni Badia, professor of the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences and researcher of the UPF…

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Sixth open webinar “Five key strategies in online learning”


The next session of the webinar cycle ‘Docencia no presencial de emergencia’ is titled “Five key strategies in online learning” and will be taught virtually by Marc Romero on Friday, April 24. In this session, Teresa Romeu, professor of the Studies of Psychology and Education Sciences, will explain the five key strategies to make quality…

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Techno-pedagogical considerations to integrate videoconferencing into educational activities (II)


By Teresa Romeu, Juliana Raffaghelli and Marc Romero (This is the second part of a publication divided into two parts. You can consult the first publication here) The teacher must choose, from the existing tools, those that give a better response to their needs by taking into account the level of difficulty of the topic…

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Fifth open webinar “Essential tools and resources for distance teaching”


The next session of the webinar cycle ‘Docencia no presencial de emergencia’ is titled “Essential tools and resources for distance teaching” and will be taught virtually by Marc Romero on Wednesday, April 22. In this webinar, Marc Romero, professor of the Studies of Psychology and Education Sciences, will provide strategies and criteria so that teachers…

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