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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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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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The UOC and the city council of Barcelona begin a project to promote the digital competences of citizens and reduce the digital divide


The City Council of Barcelona and the Open University of Catalonia (UOC) will work on a project to improve the digital competences of citizens, with the aim also of reducing the digital gender divide. The project will be active until the end of 2019 and and will have the participation of the researchers of Edul@b…

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Edul@b participates in the 3rd EPICA Consortium Meeting held in Germany


Professor Marcelo Maina from the Edul@b research group has participated in the 3rd EPICA Consortium Meeting that took place in Potsdam on December 10-11, 2018. The EPICA H2020 project is a strategic partnership for the co-design of an innovative and scalable ePortfolio ecosystem to improve the quality and visibility of skills.   EPICA aims to…

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The first workshops of the SELFEE project begin


On 12, 13 and 14 of November, the partners participating in the SELFEE project, including the UOC, met in Paris. The meeting was also attended by professors Teresa Romeu and Gemma Abellán, from the studies of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the UOC. In different work sessions, the first workshops that have been implemented in…

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Edul@b participates with various communications at the international conference ICERI 2018 held in Seville


From November 12 to 14 the international conference ICERI 2018 took place in the city of Seville. ICERI is one of the largest international conferences of education, and has the participation of many teachers, researchers, technologists and professionals in the education sector. The Edul@b research group has actively participated in the conference with three communications…

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A paper written by Edul@b listed as finalist for the BEST RESEARCH PAPER AWARD at the 10th EDEN 2018 Research Workshop


The paper “Teachers’ Perceptions on Digital Technologies: Identification of Patterns and Profiles in the Catalan Context” written by Montse Guitert, Teresa Romeu, Marc Romero and Pedro Jacobetty of the Edul@b research group, has been listed as finalist for the competition of the BEST RESEARCH PAPER AWARD at the 10th EDEN 2018 Research Workshop that will…

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Let’s Reflect on Digital Teaching Competence


The researchers of the research group Edul@b, Montse Guitert, Teresa Romeu and Marc Romero, organise the event entitled “Competència Digital Docent a Debat“,  organised in the framework of the European project DECODE – DEvelop COmpetences in Digital Era (http://decode-net.eu/) in which they are participating. This event will be a space for reflection and debate around…

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Brazilian student Ketia Kellen wins a prize for her research in online education


The PhD student, Ketia Kellen Araújo da Silva, from Brazil, who completed a doctoral stage with the EduL@b research group in 2017 under the tutelage of Teresa Romeu with the aim of deepening the studies in relation to the subject of Digital Competences, received the 2nd place in the ABED Prize for Research and Innovation…

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EPICA Initiative, a strategic partnership between Africa and Europe to provide visibility to the skills towards the job market


The need to improve the quality and visibility of the skills of recent graduates of African universities is the origin of the European project EPICA Initiative. The objective of this initiative is to provide visibility to the competences developed at university through an innovative and scalable eportfolio system that, in this case, is developed by…

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