Weekly Tweet Selection. 12th to 16th June 2017

16 June, 2017

This eLC weekly Twitter selection focuses on several resources for online teachers, from design to storyboards and authoring tools. A part from that, the article regards on the benefit that digital learners and students will take from technology among others. The special focus lays upon the 5th SpinUOC edition, within the frame of the HUBBIK platform. It is the UOC’s scenario for the entrepeneurship and innovation where some projects are showcased and then a pair of them are granted with both audience and jury awards.

Monday, 12 June

12 Design Tools To Make Your eLearning Course Look Good.

8 Tips To Create Storyboards For Effective eLearning.

Tuesday, 13 June

 Digital Learning and how students and teachers will benefit from technology.

 Infographic about the 4th Industrial Revolution.

Wednesday, 14 June

 A tool guide for students to avoid googling in research.

 UOC Data Day: discussing Data Analytics.

Thursday, 15 June

• Comparison and review of 3 different types of eLearning authoring tools.

 

11 Learning Management System Technology Trends.

Cite Score 2016 for the UOC and UniAndes’ International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education published in Springer.

•  Tweet about the UOC’s transferable knowledge event

Friday, 16 June

•  Tweet about the winners at the 5th UOC’s transferable knowledge event

  • First, the audience award winner: “Jo també llegeixo” a tool to teach children with Down Syndrome and other learning difficulties how to read.

El projecte per ensenyar a llegir els nens amb Síndrome de Down #JoTambéLlegeixo guanya el premi del públic a l’#SpinUOC2017 pic.twitter.com/xbMI2QM0E7

  • The jury award went to “Instalik”, an AI tool for Online Marketing.
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About the author
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.
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