eLC’s Annual Review and Preview. Farewell 2017. Welcome 2018.

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 have said about 2017 trends results and to point out some 2018 eLearning news forecasts. We take the chance to wish a Happy New Year to all our readers and colleagues.   eLC overview of some selected 2017.. Read More

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Weekly Tweet Selection. 17th to 21st July 2017

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 two articles about assessment from two diferent points of view: PBL and Innovation; on the other hand, there are two Mobile phones selected articles about a few Apps for instructional designers and strategies in learning through the use of.. Read More

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2016 Trends in e-learning publications

1,5 min   Do you know which are the most common topics of scientific papers on e-learning? Is your research in line with this trending topics? BIP (Boosting Impact Publications) is an eLearn Center initiative devoted to aid e-learning researchers in the publication process. It has identified the most published e-learning subjects on impact journals in 2016 in Web of Science and Scopus databases. Mobile learning (m-learning) and MOOCs are the most recurrent.. Read More

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