Weekly Tweet Selection. 22nd – 26th May 2017

26 May, 2017

This weekly tweet selection focus on innovation in the learning field on VLE, gaming and other education aspects. At this purpose, we highlight the video of the ETHE journal article about Scenarios in VLE. Some of the informations also review the latest Artificial Intelligence applications on eLearning, Virtual Reality and EdTech trends. As a tribute, we also focus on the medal of honour given this week to the 1st UOC president, Gabriel Ferraté.


Monday, 22 May

Video of the ETHE journal article Scenarios in virtual learning environements by R. Lala, J. Jeuring, J. van Dortmont and M. van Geest.

Learning: from compliance to innovation (infographic).

Tuesday, 23 May

Information about the tribute act in honour of the 1st  President of the UOC, Gabriel Ferraté.

About gaming and educational resources. A view on the real possibilities of its implementation in schools.

Wednesday, 24 May

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and eLearning. How Artificial Intelligence will shape eLearning for good.

Digital Game-Based Learning in Higher Education:

Thursday, 25 May

Virtual Reality as a tool in the classroom 

Translation from catalan:

Virtual Reality as a tool in the classroom
– Promotes new roles in the classroom
– It has a wide range of price
– It can be applied beyond the Technology subject
– Includes game
– Allows the expression of imagination, fosters empathy and professionalism

Friday, 26 May

• 3 Ways Exponential Technologies are Impacting the Future of Learning


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About the author
Desirée Rosa Gómez Cardosa
Specialist in educational innovation in the Observation Operative Group of the eLearning Innovation Center of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Her speciality is the detection and analysis of educational trends, innovation and technology in the Observatory of Educational Trends and Innovation of the eLinC. She holds a BA and MA in Art History from the Universitat de Barcelona and a Postgraduate Degree in e-learning Management from the UOC.
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