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From sMOOC to tMOOC, learning towards professional transference. ECO European Project
The evolution of MOOCs in the last decade has been constant and dynamic. The first cMOOC and xMOOC models eventually evolved into different postMOOC modalities, such as sMOOC, which conjugatesExpand
Transliteracy as the New Research Horizon for Media and Information Literacy
Media and information literacy is a concept that is valid yet at the same time obsolete. It refers back to the modernist era, with its very specific linear view of media. In the cyberist era,Expand
A Cultural Project Based on Multiple Temporary Consensus
  • D. Frau-Meigs
  • Computer Science, Sociology
  • New Media Soc.
  • 1 June 2000
An analysis of Wired magazine's editorial agenda allows us to reconstruct the discourse held by these pioneers of digital interaction, and their attempts at legitimizing their utopia of a technological democracy into a reality yet-to-be-created. Expand
Big Brother and Reality TV in Europe
This article examines the cross-border circulation of reality programming among European countries, taking Big Brotheras a case in point. It tests the specificity of the media factor in the processExpand
Intercreativity and Interculturality in the Virtual Learning Environments of the ECO MOOC Project
The European ECO project tests the hypothesis that intercreativity and interculturality in MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) are key factors for removing barriers to new teaching–learningExpand
Collaborative lifelong learning and professional transfer. Case study: ECO European Project
The formative model of the sMOOCs (social MOOC) characterized by the interaction and the implication of the participants who, relying on collective intelligence, look for the co-creation of knowledge in every educational action leads to the proposal of a new modality for MOOCs, the tMOOC as “transferMOOC”. Expand