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Title: Transnational study of roles/functions and associated ICT competencies for Higher Education teachers
Authors: Guasch Pascual, Teresa
Espasa Roca, Anna
Álvarez Valdivia, Ibis
Other: Distance school and university education. EDUS
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. eLearn Center
Keywords: Teacher competencies
Teacher training
Higher education
Virtual environment
eLene-TLC1 Virtual Campus project (2007-2008)
Issue Date: 16-Jan-2009
Publisher: European Commission eLearning programme
Type: Research paper
Abstract: This study forms part of the eLene-TLC1 Virtual Campus project (2007-2008) supported by the European Commission's eLearning programme. The aim of this project is to enable teachers and students to make the best possible use of ICT in higher education, preparing teachers for the net generation of students, enabling students to transfer skills and practices from their daily life to their learning and encouraging both to fully integrate the innovative teaching and learning practices made possible by the constantly evolving technological environment. In order to meet part of this general objective, a study to examine Higher Education teachers' ICT competencies in online learning environments was devised.
Language: eng
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