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UNIR participates in eMOOC2019

2019 - May 30
Last week I attended the eMOOC2019 conference in Naples, an international event gathering the major global MOOCs providers such as Coursera, edX Read more

ThingLink has released free 360-degree images to UNESCO World Heritage Sites

2019 - Apr 18
ThingLink is a web tool and an application, which allows teachers and students to easily enhance visual media with text, voice, photos, videos and 360-degree images with a view to increasing knowledge sharing and learning engagement.

UNIR participates in Keystone third project meeting

2019 - Mar 26
Last 20-21st March, the third partners meeting of Keystone: Knowledge, Enterprise and Young People – supporting youth transitions in the Read more

Martin Wolpers’ lifetime award to excellence in research, education and significant impact in the society

Martin Wolpers
2019 - Mar 6
Martin Wolpers was an excellent project manager that made a significant contribution to the field of Educational Technology in Europe Read more

The paradox of too much support

2019 - Feb 24
13 years ago, a colleague from Utrecht University (in the Netherlands) and I wrote the article The paradox of the Read more

A common understanding about open science, and the integration of formal and informal learning

2019 - Feb 24
UNIR and An-Najah National University (Nablus, Palestine) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, as of today, February, the 21st, 2019. Read more

El proyecto ‘Virtual Tours’, reconocido como ejemplo de buenas prácticas

best practice
2019 - Feb 11
El proyecto europeo ‘Virtual Tours for Business Culture’, financiado en la convocatoria ‘Erasmus+, Strategic Partnerships for higher education’, ha sido Read more

Workshop HELMeTO 2019

2019 - Jan 29
Online university courses are nowadays widespread, both at traditional and at full distance learning institutions. This phenomenon affects both European Read more

Comanity Project. Getting to know the Greek comunity

2018 - Dec 7
In September 20th-21st, 2018, UNIR participated in the second meeting of the Comanity Project. The meeting was hosted by our Read more

3rd Open Education Policy Forum: Cooperation changes everything

2018 - Oct 22
In terms of content, the main message I bring home from this event is that “open” is somehow entering in the mainstream education policy discourse. In more and more countries, specific policies and initiatives focussing for instance on OER or open licenses are fading away, leaving space to a more “srtructural” presence of openness instances in general education policy. This is typically the case of Scandinavian countries but also of many others who are using general policy instruments (such as the OGP network) to instill more openness in their education system