Josep M. Duart
Doctor in Pedagogy from Ramon Llull University in Barcelona and Master in Business Administration (MBA) from ESADE Business School. Degree in History and master’s degree from the University of Barcelona. Professor of Educational Technology and Educational Leadership at the UOC. He has been Vice-Rector for Postgraduate Studies and Continuing Education at the UOC (2007-2013). He is currently the Director of the UOC’s Postgraduate Degree in Leadership and School Management
He is an expert researcher in the field of educational organization and e-learning and directs and collaborates in research projects focused on educational policies and leadership in higher education and the use of ICT. He has directed and participated in research projects related to the educational use of ICT. He has published several books, including “The Ethical Organization of the School and the Transmission of Values” (1999), “Learning in Virtuality” (2000); “The University on the Net” (2008) and “Transforming Use of Digital Technologies in Education” (2020). He has published numerous scientific articles in international impact journals (https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5123-0370). Founder and director of the UOC’s UNESCO Chair in E-learning in the period 2002-2009.
Co-director and founder of the International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education, (www.ethe.uoc.edu) an arbitrated scientific journal in the field of e-learning, Q1 in JCR and Scopus. President of EDEN (https://eden-europe.eu) and of the University of the Future Network (https://unifuture.network), an international network of researchers on the future of higher education and coordinator of REDUNETE (https://redunete.net), a network of Colombian universities for the use of technology in education.
He has been a visiting professor at various universities in Latin America (University of Guadalajara, Veracruz and UNAM in Mexico; University of the Andes and Antioch in Colombia; Private Technical University of Loja in Ecuador, among others) and in Australia at the University of New England.