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  • [email_address] Luis Marqués Molías Mercè Gisbert Cervera Universitat Rovira i Virgili
  • Three public Spanish universities
  • Master in Educational Technology: E-LEARNING and Knowledge Management
    • In classroom traditional format
    • Blended learning
    • Online program
    View slide
  • Moodle & Adobe Connect : increased interactivity View slide
  • The program description The program description
    • Design, development of, search, evaluation and management of educational materials
    • Management of cooperative technological multimedia environments
    • A tutor is assigned to each student from the very beginning.
    • Choice of itineraries: professional or researcher profile
    • The researcher profile has generated around ten PHD thesis within the Laboratory of Telematic Applications for Education - LATE
  • Program evaluation
    • Strong Points
    • Weak points
    • It is interdisciplinary
    • 2 itineraries
    • LATE
    • Online Managing/Educational activities
    • Active methodologies
    • High interactivity
    • Different functional and organizational structures
    • No impact in the Anglo-Saxon context
    • Sense of “loneliness”
    • Competence based teaching approach
    • New methodologies
  • Challenges for the future
    • keep up to date with the new trends in the use of technology in education
    • Enhance knowledge about first year students
    • Increase and improve interactivity
    • Incorporate new work methodologies
  • Recommendations for curriculum/program organizers
    • Detailed work dynamics structuring - “Learning and Teaching Guides”
    • Interactivity is the key for success
    • Continuous, fast and efficient information flows
    • Identification of students’ needs and expectations as soon as possible
    • Clear coordination criteria between administration/organizational university staff and technological support staff
  • Concluding remark: Online education is a radical innovation (Patel & Patel, 2006; Colarelli, 1998)