In keeping with the University’s desire to include novel technologies in its teaching-learning processes, the Digital Teaching Route was born, a system to promote professors’ development of five digital skills. Start your journey and transform your teaching practice!
From success stories, we will reflect on the implications, lessons learned, and benefits of using this type of technology in teaching and learning.
This 10-hour workshop will be developed March 10 through March 19, 2020.
This online conference aims to clarify basic concepts and answer questions about use for academic purposes in digital contexts.
This 15-hour course will be carried out over three weeks of study.
During the event, teachers will learn how to use five web tools.
Teachers participating will learn how to create strategies for their classes.
The event is directed to the teaching faculty. Those wishing to participate must reserve their space in advance.
To start off the year, the Virtual Education Center offers the following Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
According to the September 2017 edition of the Common Digital Competence Framework for Teachers, being skilled and competent in the management of technology is a quality “necessary to be able to participate significantly in the new society and knowledge economy of the 21st century.”