The DETECT project goes on!


We are glad to inform all interested educators in the transnational community of the project that the Learning Teaching and Training Activity Number 3 is approaching.   Hosted by the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya at Barcelona, it will include a number of resources and spaces to exchange ideas about the development of critical digital literacies. It…

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El vèrtex tecnològic. Segona sessió del cicle “La transformació digital a l’escola”


“El vèrtex tecnològic”

El dia 1 de desembre el grup Edul@b va seguir el cicle “La transformació digital a l’escola” amb una segona sessió, en aquesta ocasió el vertex tractat va ser el pedagògic. L’acte fou presentat per la Teresa Romeu, professora de la UOC en Estudis de Psicologia i Ciències de l’Educació i investigadora del grup de recerca Edul@ab. Durant la…

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The technological vertex · Session of the first of December


In the third of this series of webinars, entitled “The organizational vertex”, we will talk about the planning and distribution of teaching hours; the distribution of teachers; the distribution of physical and virtual spaces; the implementation of the necessary health security aspects; curriculum structuring; the necessary teacher training; decisions about the educational models that the…

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The pedagogical vertex. First session of the cycle “Digital transformation in school”


On November 17, we celebrated the first session of the cycle “Digital Transformation in School”. The event was presented by Montse Guitert, UOC Professor in Psychology and Educational Sciences Studies and coordinator of the Edul-ab. During the presentation he highlighted the purpose of the cycle: To show how the pandemic has made schools react, so that…

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Did you read the ToS? A UOC activity to develop critical data literacies


Did you read the ToS? A UOC activity to develop critical data literacies in Higher Education Juliana E. Raffaghelli, Marc Romero, Teresa Romeu Edul@b Research Group   Introduction Last year, Edul@b implemented a learning activity aimed at raising awareness on data tracking, privacy and ethics in the context of Digiital Competence”. Our team had been reflecting…

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Edul@b members participated in the EADTU Teaching Staff Stakeholder Event


Marcelo Maina and Lourdes Guàrdia, members of Edul@b, participated in the Teaching Staff Stakeholder Event organised by The European Association of Distance Teaching Universities (EADTU). The event, held on the 20 of May 2021, brought together teaching staff members and support services from European universities to introduce the concept, models, and design guidelines for micro-credentials…

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The book chapter on the visibility of graduate students’ employability skills published by IGI Global is now available online


The chapter “Visibility of Graduate Students’ Employability Skills: An ePortfolio Solution Addressing the Skills Gap” by Lourdes Guàrdia, Marcelo Maina and Federica Mancini has been recently published by IGI Global. The chapter, which is featured in the book ‘Cases on Active Blended Learning in Higher Education’ edited by Brenda Cecilia Padilla Rodriguez and Alejandro Armellini,…

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Edul@b members led the Workshop “Online Course Facilitation” for the AMED project


On the 25th of February, Marcelo Maina, Lourdes Guàrdia, Nati Cabrera and Maite Fernández-Ferrer, members of the Edul@b group, led the workshop “Online Course Facilitation” addressed to 16 facilitators of the e-Learning study programme designed as part of the AMED project and targeted at the professional development of the Maldives National University (MNU) staff. The…

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Final review of the EPICA project by the European Commission with the participation of Edul@b


The final review of the EPICA project took place on Tuesday the 23rd of February. The meeting involved the Project Officer, the EU expert reviewers and all associated partners. Lourdes Guàrdia, project coordinator for the UOC, Marcelo Maina, Federica Mancini and Montse Martinez attended the meeting on behalf of the UOC research team. Marcelo Maina,…

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Are we “critical thinkers” when using technologies? Towards developing critical digital literacies


Last Thursday the UOC team for the «DETECT» project (Developing Teachers Critical Digital Literacies, https://www.detectproject.eu/) took part at the Labs held within the context of the Digital Competence programme “ACTIC” (https://actic.gencat.cat/ca/congres/programa/tallers/ ). The workshop aimed at raising awareness among educators about the critical perspective in relation to the use of technologies digital and social media….

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