Weekly Tweet Selection. 5th – 9th June 2017.

9 June, 2017

This weekly Tweet selection regards specially to Data Analytics and Educational Technology. We take a look to the skill development of the students who will be the future employees, the future of eLearning and also to the EPFL’s new Swiss EdTech Collider which will be home to around thirty startups on EdTech.  HEI related Data Analytics and the management of these information resources and its relation with AI and Virtual Reality are redefining the education studies. They are carrying several improvements and so is doing EdTech with the way we understand the study of humanities and museology.

Monday, 5 June

About the profiles of the future employees and the skill development of today’s students.

The paper of educational technology in transforming history and humanities education.

Tuesday, 6 June

 How Artificial Intelligence and Data management are shaping the digital revolution.


Wednesday, 7 June

 Infographic about Virtual Reality in Education in 2017.

 About Data Analytics applications in Higher Education.

Thursday, 8 June

 This article examines the kind of attitude students have towards EdTech.

 Information regarding EPFL’s new Swiss EdTech Collider which will be home to around thirty startups involved in developing new education technologies.

Friday, 9 June

 How to create next generation eLearning.

 Infographic about Depth of Knowledge in Science.

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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 eLearning Innovation Center. She carries out tasks of spotting 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 a Postgraduate Course in Direction and Management of e-learning from the UOC. She is specialized in international relations and educational and technological observation. 
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