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Open Learning: ‘Communication and Mobile Learning’ at Spanish University

  • Sonia Santoveña CasalEmail author
  • Alejandro Silva
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Part of the Lecture Notes in Educational Technology book series (LNET)

Abstract

This chapter reports a study of the application of the virtual learning model in a MOOC, ‘Communication and mobile learning’, within the project ‘Elearning, Communication and Open-data: Massive Mobile, Ubiquitous and Open Learning’ (ECO) of European Commission. According to Lisbon Strategy and Europe 2020 Strategy’s goals to build up a knowledge-based society in the Eurozone and to lower or remove technological barriers in M-learning processes for users with special needs or at risk of exclusion.

Keywords

Open Learn Mobile Learning Open Educational Resource Lisbon Strategy Formative Proposal 
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Notes

Acknowledgments

This research has been made within the framework of ECO Project, E-learning, Communication and Open-Data: Massive Mobile, Ubiquitous and Open Learning (Project no.: 621127). It is a project funded by ICT Policy Support Programme as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation framework Programme (CIP), European Union. ECO started in February 2014 and is funded to February 2017, with duration of 36 months.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Dpto. Didáctica, Organización Escolar y Didácticas Especiales, Facultad de EducaciónUniversidad Nacional de Educación a DistanciaMadridSpain
  2. 2.Periodismo, Departamento de Lingüística General e Hispánica, Facultad de Filosofía y LetrasUniversidad de ZaragozaZaragozaSpain

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