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  1. This article is the result of a Teaching Innovation Project funded by the University of Cantabria’s Vice-Rectorate for Teaching Staff. Its goals are to analyze the phenomenon of MOOCs with pedagogical criteria...

    Authors: Adelina Calvo Salvador and Carlos Rodríguez-Hoyos
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:13
  2. The study of digital competence remains an issue of interest for both the scientific community and the supranational political agenda. This study uses the Delphi method to validate the design of a questionnair...

    Authors: Santiago Mengual-Andrés, Rosabel Roig-Vila and Josefa Blasco Mira
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:12
  3. Instructional design has been a key strategy in ensuring the quality of higher education; therefore, it is essential to evaluate its effects on learning processes through the use of tools that comply with defi...

    Authors: Tania Moreira-Mora and Julia Espinoza-Guzmán
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:11
  4. The challenge for universities in developing countries of Latin America is to provide quality education and to promote the development of the digital competencies necessary for an active citizenship. Neverthel...

    Authors: Marcella Solange Prince Machado, Gloria Concepción Tenorio Sepúlveda and Maria Soledad Ramirez Montoya
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:10
  5. A project involving innovation in university education is described in this paper. It was implemented in a Computer-Aided Design (CAD) course on the Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Design and Product Developme...

    Authors: Veronica Gracia-Ibáñez and Margarita Vergara
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:9
  6. Universities have become a strategic element in the innovation process. Knowledge-based innovation makes them key players for the economic and social development of their environment. This article discusses ho...

    Authors: Mariona Farré-Perdiguer, Mercè Sala-Rios and Teresa Torres-Solé
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:8
  7. Social and economic development of countries or regions requires advances in science, technology and education. To accomplish this goal, governments have taken the decision of connecting, through the Internet,...

    Authors: Adriana Valencia Valencia and María del Carmen Trejo Cázares
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:7
  8. An innovative blended-learning strategy is presented for the subject Laboratory of Elasticity and Strength of Materials, based on the use of different tools combining face-to-face methods with e-learning technolo...

    Authors: Silvia De la Flor López, Francesc Ferrando and Albert Fabregat-Sanjuan
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:6
  9. Soft skills refer to those personal competencies affecting the way we interact with people and they include aspects such as communication, listening, negotiating, team work, leadership, ethics, commitment, etc...

    Authors: Mercedes García García, Chantal Biencinto López, Elvira Carpintero Molina, Eva Expósito Casas and Yovanni A. Ruiz Morales
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:5
  10. Despite all the benefits claimed for open education resources (OER), studies reveal that these are used less than anticipated. One reason for this is potential users’ uncertainty over whether the products’ aim...

    Authors: Insung Jung, Teruyoshi Sasaki and Colin Latchem
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:3
  11. This study analyzes the application of game-based learning and gamification using MinecraftEdu, which allows for an exploration of the possibilities regarding immersive learning environments. We analyze the co...

    Authors: Ramón Cózar-Gutiérrez and José Manuel Sáez-López
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:2
  12. Authors: Josep M. Duart and Rosalind James
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12030001
  13. Authors: Josep M. Duart and Rosalind James
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12010001
  14. Whilst Open Educational Resources (OER) offer opportunities for broadening participation in Higher Education, reducing course development and study costs, and building open collaborative partnerships to improv...

    Authors: Adrian Stagg
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 11:11030152
  15. In this paper, we investigate an approach to institutional change that aims to establish open educational practices (OEP) in a university and inculcate the use of open education resources (OER) as part of its ...

    Authors: John Hannon, Simon Huggard, Annabel Orchard and Nick Stone
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 11:11030135
  16. In a region of geographically scattered, small island states, developing quality-enhanced learning materials across the hugely diverse, predominantly ocean-based learning and teaching environments, continues t...

    Authors: Theresa Koroivulaono
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 11:11030091
  17. Authors: Josep M. Duart and Rosalind James
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 11:11030001
  18. Visual representations of student-generated trace data during learning activities help both students and instructors interpret them intuitively and perceive hidden aspects of these data quickly. In this paper,...

    Authors: Zacharoula Papamitsiou and Anastasios A. Economides
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12030129
  19. The use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) at different educational levels has impacted the teaching-learning process. ICTs have effectively become tools that support educational environments...

    Authors: Gilles Lavigne, Genoveva Gutiérrez Ruiz, Lewis McAnally-Salas and Javier Organista Sandoval
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12030113
  20. Technological progress in recent decades has enabled people to learn in different ways. Universities now have more educational models to choose from, i.e., b-learning and e-learning. Despite the increasing opp...

    Authors: Laura Calvet Liñán and Ángel Alejandro Juan Pérez
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12030098
  21. This article analyses the relationship between the number of hours spent by university students on the Internet and their attitude, training, use, impact and perception of difficulties in Web 2.0 integration, ...

    Authors: Ángel Boza Carreño and Sara Conde Vélez
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12030086
  22. The purpose of this paper is to discuss instructional designers’ current status through a brief discussion of the history of instructional design, comparison of instructional design models, and a presentation ...

    Authors: Afsaneh Sharif and Sunah Cho
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12030072
  23. This study analyses future secondary school teachers’ perceptions of the teaching methodology used in a teacher training master’s degree programme. A descriptive study was designed and the data were collected ...

    Authors: María del Carmen Pegalajar Palomino
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12030061
  24. This research focuses on providing a benchmarking methodology that allows any university offering virtual education (e-learning or b-learning) to compare itself to the best international universities in order ...

    Authors: Renata Marciniak
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12030046
  25. The widespread use of social networks among college students has an excellent potential for academic purposes. The university has in its own students an important source of information that can be used to eval...

    Authors: Jonatan García Suárez, Carmen Trigueros Cervantes and Enrique Rivera García
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12030032
  26. The study of students’ entrepreneurial intentions and the influencing factors is especially relevant for the development of education programmes, as is the monitoring of those programmes to assess whether they...

    Authors: Cristina Díaz-García, Francisco Sáez-Martínez and Juan Jiménez-Moreno
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12030017
  27. Digital literacy for teachers has been a widely studied topic in recent years, and several studies have been conducted featuring student-oriented ICT competency models and frameworks. This research aims to dev...

    Authors: Raidell Avello Martínez and Raúl López Fernández
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12030003
  28. This paper presents a summary of proposals and new learning scenarios for the 21st century related to the theme of “Education, Culture and Technology”. These proposals and scenarios are based on the work conducte...

    Authors: Cristina Yáñez, Alexandra Okada and Ramon Palau
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12020087
  29. Our societies are considered knowledge societies in which lifelong learning is becoming increasingly important. At the same time, digital technologies are entering almost every aspect of our lives and now play...

    Authors: Karl Steffens, Brenda Bannan, Barney Dalgarno, Antonio R. Bartolome, Vanessa Esteve-González and José María Cela-Ranilla
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12020073
  30. The purpose of this paper is to provide a global analysis and a synthesis of emerging ethical issues, situations, and questions that face educators using digital technologies. The authors offer a conceptual fr...

    Authors: Don Olcott Jr., Xavier Carrera Farran, Eliana Esther Gallardo Echenique and Juan González Martínez
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12020059
  31. The information and knowledge society requires citizens to be ever more digitally literate. In both formal and informal environments, education has a prominent role in promoting inclusion and social integratio...

    Authors: José L. Lázaro Cantabrana, Meritxell Estebanell Minguell and Juan Carlos Tedesco
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12020044
  32. The society of the early twenty-first century is characterized as the knowledge society. Schools cannot afford to remain detached from the fast-moving changes that are taking place and have therefore made inno...

    Authors: Pedro Hepp K, Miquel Àngel Prats Fernández and Josep Holgado García
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12020030
  33. This paper identifies trends in the emerging models of knowledge production available in our society. We suggest it is crucial not only to be aware of these emerging models but also to be open to opportunities...

    Authors: Janaina Minelli de Oliveira, Danah Henriksen, Linda Castañeda, Marta Marimon, Elena Barberà, Carles Monereo, César Coll, Jabari Mahiri and Punya Mishra
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12020014
  34. The process of digitization that is increasingly entering all aspects of our lives (personal, academic, professional and social) requires education to undergo a profound transformation, and communication and l...

    Authors: Mercè Gisbert Cervera and Larry Johnson
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12020001
  35. Juan Carlos Tedesco, Claudia Aberbuj e Ivana Zacarías aportan con su obra una reflexión interesante de la situación de la universidad hoy. Realizan su enfoque desde la pedagogía pero con una clara visión de po...

    Authors: Josep M. Duart
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12010151
  36. La irrupción de la formación en abierto, masiva y gratuita ha supuesto una revolución pedagógica en estos dos últimos años, hasta el punto de ser considerada el hito educativo más importante del año 2012. Bajo...

    Authors: M. Esther del Moral Pérez
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12010145
  37. Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have emerged in informative and scientific literature as a revolution with great potential within the educational and training world. However, at the same time, there are di...

    Authors: Miguel Baldomero Ramírez Fernández, José Luis Salmerón Silvera and Eloy López Meneses
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12010131
  38. MOOCs (massive open online courses) are an online teaching proposal that, in their short lives, have already thrown up two very different possibilities: cMOOCs and xMOOCs. Both are analysed in this paper from ...

    Authors: María del Mar Sánchez-Vera and María Paz Prendes-Espinosa
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12010119
  39. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have generated high expectations and revolutionized some educational practices by providing open educational resources for reference, usage and adaptation; therefore, their ...

    Authors: Lorena Yadira Alemán de la Garza, Teresa Sancho-Vinuesa and Marcela Georgina Gómez Zermeño
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12010104
  40. This article attempts to answer the questions: What are the challenges, problems and obstacles of involving less self-motivated students in MOOCs and how do they relate to their learning connectivism? The corr...

    Authors: Brenda Jeanett García Espinosa, Gloria Concepción Tenorio Sepúlveda and María Soledad Ramírez Montoya
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12010091
  41. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are providing opportunities for thousands of learners to participate in free higher education courses online. MOOCs have unique features that make them an effective Technolo...

    Authors: Ahmed Mohamed Fahmy Yousef, Mohamed Amine Chatti, Marold Wosnitza and Ulrik Schroeder
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12010074
  42. Currently, many MOOCs are designed as a collection of videos with a forum using some traditional distance learning models, but they do not promote adaptive and personalized learning. These features, together w...

    Authors: John Daniel, Esteban Vázquez Cano and Mercè Gisbert Cervera
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12010064
  43. Higher education institutions have acknowledged the importance of social networks for multiple purposes, such as exploring innovative mechanisms for teaching-learning processes, colonizing new social communica...

    Authors: Gabriel Valerio, Dagoberto José Herrera-Murillo, Fernando Villanueva-Puente, Natalia Herrera-Murillo and María del Carmen Rodríguez-Martínez
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12010050
  44. From a technical perspective, the future of learning is defined by four axes around which technological and methodological efforts revolve. These axes are mobility, interaction, artificial intelligence and tec...

    Authors: Juan Carlos Torres Diaz, Alfonso Infante Moro and Pablo Vicente Torres Carrión
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12010038
  45. This article presents the results of an in-depth interview of twenty Education students at a public face-to-face university in Catalonia on how they use digital technologies in their social and academic lives....

    Authors: Eliana Gallardo Echenique, Luis Marqués Molías and Mark Bullen
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12010025
  46. This article presents public policies for open access models in Argentina and Brazil, two countries that have pioneered the subject in Latin America. The methodology used is comparative documentation, whereby ...

    Authors: Karen Isabel Cabrera Peña
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12010015
  47. Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) have emerged as a new educational tool in higher education, based on gratuity, massiveness and ubiquity. Essentially they suggest an evolution of the Open Learning Movement ...

    Authors: Javiera Atenas
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 12:12010003
  48. This article describes an educational innovation project called SIMULACRE, funded by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Open University of Cata...

    Authors: Alba Colombo and Muriel Gómez Pradas
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2014 11:11030005

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