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UNESCO Chair on eLearning. ICDE Chair in OER. IITE Moscow

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Fortunately, in the educational system, we found many vocational people, passionate professional experts. This week I have met again a great team in Bahrain. This kingdom sponsors the UNESCO ICT & Education Prize that we awarded earlier in February. From the Ministry of Education to the President of the only one public university in the […]

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UNESCO has announced that it will be partnering with UNCHR to organize Mobile Learning Week 2017 under the theme “Education in emergencies and crises”. The event will be held from 20 to 24 March at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris. Millions of people have crossed into Europe since the Syrian conflict increase in violence creating a humanitarian […]

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Integration of formal and informal contexts, for a better learning and a better teaching UNESCO-UNIR ICT & Education Latam Congress 2016 (http://www.unesco-unir-latam.org) is born with the drive of: “Integration of formal and informal contexts, for a better learning and a better teaching”. UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (IITE, http://iite.unesco.org, Moscow, Russia), Universidad Internacional de […]

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Key breakthrough issues in education that cannot wait

Fortunately, in the educational system, we found many vocational people, passionate professional experts. This week I have met again a great team in Bahrain. This kingdom sponsors the UNESCO ICT & Education Prize that we awarded earlier in February. From the Ministry of Education to the President of the only one public university in the […]

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Integración y uso inteligente de las redes sociales en la universidad

Colegas de la American University of the Emirates presentan estos días en Smart Learning Conference, del congreso Innovation Arabia 10, en Dubai, un análisis sobre el uso de las redes sociales en la universidad, desde el punto de vista de los estudiantes y para los estudiantes. Por y para estudiantes. Algo para escuchar. El resultado […]

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Perogrullo y los 5 gobiernos del saber

Comentaba hace unos días en el programa El Viajero de la Ciencia de Capital Radio que muchos entenderíamos una subida de un 1% en impuestos para asignación neta a Educación. También, que un pacto de Estado, de conjunto, transversal, o como queramos llamarlo, que permita una estructura estable y mantenida, resulta obligatorio. La Agenda 2030 de […]

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Off-line eLearning

Early February, I developed an invited workshop about Transgenic Learning at ODLAA 2017 Conference, the Open & Distance Learning Association of Australia. It was a thrilling experience with high-level debates and motivated participants. Some of us discussed the off-line eLearning solution. Led by Mathew Hillier from Monash University, in Melbourne, we found some striking overlaps […]

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50 shades of openness

It hits me so often and so hard how different the same word can elicit so many assorted meanings depending on the person that writes or reads, or even the moment in which the same person writes or reads. This sort-of polysemy in regular, traditional words like chair, suit, watch and others becomes shocking when […]

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