Desirée Gómez is a specialist in educational innovation within the Generation and Knowledge Transfer Operational Group of the UOC eLearn Center. She carries out tasks of detection and analysis of educational trends, innovation and technology, content curation, communication and observation. She has a bachelor's and a master's degree in Art History from the University of Barcelona and specializes in international relations and educational and technological observation. She is currently studying a Postgraduate Course in Direction and Management of e-learning at the UOC.
Some voices are talking about the so-called “4rth Industrial Revolution” as we have seen in several articles, books and keynotes. In 2017 some of the latest digital technologies kept on revolutionizing the education landscape and[…]
A year finishes and a new one begins. In terms of eLearning, this means that we can overview both year incomes and outcomes. From the eLearn Center, we want to focus on what the different specialized media[…]
From the eLearn Center, we want to thank all the teachers whose labor helps so many people learning and growing every day. “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” […]
The new scholar course is coming and we wanted to welcome it with a selection of infographics about some new ways of teaching and the existing relationship between education and the new job landscape perspectives.[…]
Our summer article recommendation tries to summarize the latest educational and EdTech related informations which can be relevant to e-Learning landscape. How can we humanize online learning, how to implement educational technology and apps in[…]
This is the last Weekly Tweet Selection until september and we will focus on some tools to help teachers in their tasks to prepare the new course. With this purpose, we have selected some informations[…]
In this 17th to 21st July Weekly Tweet Selection we do highlight some e-Learning tips for instructors and other resources, such as the ETHE journal article about Design Thinking and e-Learning. On one hand there are[…]
This week we are focusing mainly on e-Learning tweets. Topics such as Microlearning, EdTech related to Language Learning and HEI in general, the ethical aspects of LA and Strategic Planning are treated by some of[…]
This first week of July tweet selection is focused on two main topics. The first regards to some interesting informations about Artificial Intelligence beginning with the AI dominion leaded by the moment by Google, Automation[…]
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