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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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Last partners meeting and upcoming closing event of the CODUR project


Last Friday, September 21st., the partners of the CODUR Project, coordinated by the Edul@b research group, met in the facilities of The Open University at Milton Keynes (United Kingdom) to revise and improve the deliverables of Intellectual Output Two. After a very successful meeting the CODUR team is ready for the last week of the…

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Edul@b joins the staff training of the SELFEE project held in Budapest


After about half a year of life, the SELFEE project had its participating partners meet in a week-long joint staff training organized in Budapest (from March 26th to 31st, 2018) where Edul@b delivered two training sessions on ‘digital literacy for job search’. SELFEE (Digital literacy & Social Emotional Learning For Engagement and Employment) is a…

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Extraordinary Meeting of the European Erasmus+ CODUR project in Barcelona


On the 21st November, the CODUR team gathered in Barcelona for an extraordinary Meeting. The UOC team, taking advantage of the International seminar on Evidence-based research: methodological approaches and practical outcomes. Insights for Online Education, invited the  Open University (UK) and the  Consiglio Nazionale della Ricerca – Istituto delle Tecnologie Didattiche (Italy) partners to discuss the preliminary CODUR indicators elaborated during the…

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Participation of Edul@b in the “III Encuentro Internacional de Maestros Investigadores” organised by the Universidad del Norte of Colombia


On the 21th an 22th of July 21, Albert Sangrà, professor of the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, academic director of the UNESCO Chair in Technology and Education for Social Change and member of the Edul@b research group, participated in the “III Encuentro Internacional de Maestros Investigadores” organised by the Universidad del Norte of Barranquilla,…

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Participation of Edul@b in the meeting of the European project Erasmus + DECODE held in Bradford


On the 8th and 9th June, the members of Edul@b Marc Romero and Carles Bruguera travelled to Bradford to attend the second meeting between partners of the European project Erasmus + DECODE (DEvelop CoMPetences in Digital Era). This project also involves the researchers of Edul@b Montse Guitert and Teresa Romeu. The encounter was distributed in…

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Edul@b participation in the meeting of the European project CODUR held in Genoa


On the 8th and 9th June, the Edul@b members Albert Sangrà, Montse Guitert and Federica Giardina, assistant researcher of the CODUR project, travelled to Genoa (Italy) to attend the International meeting of the Erasmus + European project CODUR (Creating an Online Dimension for University Rankings). With the Open University (UK) and the Consiglio Nazionale della Ricerca – Istituto delle Tecnologie Didattiche…

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Edul@b hosts the meeting between the partners of the European H2020 CRISS project


On the 16th and 17th of march, the Edul@b research group hosted the meeting between the partners of the European H2020 CRISS project (Demonstration of a scalable and cost effective digital-based learning infrastructure through the Certification of digital competences in primary and secondary Schools) at the headquarters of the Open University of Catalonia in Barcelona….

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