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Education in knowledge society: a new PhD programme approach
This TEEM track means the beginning of a new PhD Programme at the University of Salamanca that is born under a interdisciplinary orientation within the Knowledge Society scope with two main axes: theExpand
Engaging women into STEM in Latin America: W-STEM project
This work aims to describe the main results to prepare a set of attraction campaigns in secondary schools in the Latin American countries involved in the W-STEM project, including a self-assessment tool about gender equality in higher education institutions in Latin America, an interview protocol for female role models, and a mobile application to show those role models. Expand
An evolving Learning Management System for new educational environments using 2.0 tools
This paper explores the integration of these tools in traditional learning environments, the various possibilities and their advantages and drawbacks, and an interoperability scenario is described and two experiences are presented to show how 2.0 tools can be integrated in learning activities, and its effect in educational process. Expand
Moodbile: A Framework to Integrate m-Learning Applications with the LMS
A way to integrate mobile devices and educational applications with the LMS through webservices is proposed; introducing the Moodbile project that provides an extension of Moodle 2.0 webservice for mobile integration and two mobile clients ready to use on real courses. Expand
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An adaptive hybrid MOOC model: Disrupting the MOOC concept in higher education
A new model is proposed that does not require sophisticated technological solutions and recovers the initial disruptive sense of MOOCs, so called ahMOOC, and a case study is presented that integrates the social advantages of cMOocs, the organisational benefits of xMOOCs and the personalisation of the learning, which is essential due to the heterogeneity of the participants. Expand
MLearning and pre-service teachers: An assessment of the behavioral intention using an expanded TAM model
A technology adoption model based on the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), to which the constructs of self-efficacy and mobile anxiety were incorporated, supported all the relational hypotheses proposed and suggested that the stronger relationships were those established between perceived usefulness and behavioral intention, perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness, and selfefficacy. Expand
Using Learning Analytics to improve teamwork assessment
There is a direct relation between student-student interactions and final grading corresponding to individual assessment of teamwork activities by teachers and a Learning Analytics system is introduced as support for the challenging task that teachers face in evaluating and monitoring individual progress within teamwork. Expand
Project managers in global software development teams: a study of the effects on productivity and performance
Results show that performance of GSD projects is lower than in-house projects, but apart from that, this study reveals that there are also negative consequences for software project managers, which need to be taken into account. Expand
Teachers' attitude regarding the use of ICT. A factor reliability and validity study
The main conclusion of this paper is to offer to the scientific community a tool with adequate psychometric properties that gives added pedagogical value to the introduction of ICT in higher education teaching. Expand