Author: Linda Castañeda

Happy Holidays and a Great 2017!!

Seminar: Basic readings about Educational Technology Vol. 2

Following the initiative started in May with the first one, now we have done the second version of the Recommended Readings Seminar, following the compilation of readings done in the Book “Educational Technology” by Chris Davies y Rebbeca Eynon (2016).

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Personal Learning Environments, the CAPPLE Seminar

As we have already announced here in this blog, last 27th and 28th of October we have organised the CAPPLE Seminar, two days for speaking and reflecting about PLE in the context of CAPPLE project. We would like to say

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Seminar: Basic readings about Educational Technology Vol. 1.

For some years, GITE has been conducting seminars in which each of us shares with the other members of the group, something of what concerns us, what we are working on, or what attracts our attention in the last times

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(Español) Proyecto CARMA… explorando el trabajo en colaboración

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Some GITE’s ideas for learning, teaching and researching…

If something we like what we have undertaken lately from the GITE, is the side to do some things that may be useful to everyday life of the learners, teachers and researchers who have around us and contribute something-even little-

Universidad y cultura digital

En el marco del curso de la Universidad del Mar, dirigido por Emilio Martínez Navarro y Juan Manuel Escudero,  EditConstruir el Futuro; se ha celebrado hoy una mesa redonda universidad y cultura digital moderada por Juan Manuel Escudero Muñoz en la que han

Happy 2015!!

From all of us, from the bottom of the GITE heart and for al of you that have make so special this 2014, all the best wishes for 2015!!

(Español) TACCLE2, libros con ideas para hacer cosas con TIC en el aula

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¡Vacaciones de verano!

Llega el verano (bueno en Murcia es un decir, que llevamos sobre los 30 grados desde abril) y el GITE también se va de vacaciones. Ha sido un curso absolutamente frenético e interesante. Un curso lleno de nuevos proyectos y

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