Anna Elena Guerrero Roldán has a PhD in the Information and Knowledge Society from the UOC and a degree in Education from Ramon Llull University. Specialist in online education and in the study of how ICTs influence education. Member of the UOC's Faculty of Computer Science, Multimedia and Telecommunications since 2001, coordinating the ICT Skills and Online Teamwork subjects on various bachelor's degree courses. She is currently a member of the TEKING (Technology Enhanced Knowledge and Interaction Group) research group. Her research centres on the study and development of tools for learning and e-assessment in virtual environments. More specifically, it focuses on the study of teaching and learning processes through ICT, tackling assessment processes based on academic results and on the achievement of both educational and professional skills.
4 min The UOC, created close to 20 years ago, has from its very beginnings been characterised by its educational model, a model that is dynamic and flexible, permitting a variety of learning situations[…]
14 December, 2015
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