M. José Casany

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Evolution of learning processes is almost always linked to social changes and/or technological changes. One of those processes is eLearning, which is involved in the changes brought about by trends 2.0. This new tendencies consider the user, socialization and collaboration as the main important elements and this must be considered also in eLearning(More)
Most Educational Institutions worldwide have deployed web based Learning Management Systems (LMS) as a means to provide support for their presence-based lectures and offer online-exclusive learning. These LMSs were designed and developed for users accessing the system through web browsers on desktop computers or laptops. However, over the last years, an(More)
Learning Management Systems (LMS) are widespread among most education and training institutions. Even though LMS are a mature technology, they have left the vanguard of innovation in e-learning to mobile devices and tablets. Mobile Learning (M-learning) may enhance e-learning by increasing communication and conversation opportunities to convents the(More)
Connectivism and behaviorism are the main educational paradigms that describes the two most known types of MOOCs, named as cMOOCs and xMOOCs. Some aspects of pedagogical approximation in this type of courses are the mainstream of study and debate nowadays, such as quality and adequate approaching. In this reflection, it’s shown some reflections about(More)
Mobile phones are widely used in both rich and poor countries, unlike what happens with other ICTs. The expansion of mobile telephony in poor countries presents an opportunity to fight against digital divide. In the latter countries, mobile phones are used to get information and services about agriculture, health, and education among other areas.(More)
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