Category: Oxford Internet Institute

Exploring the ‘whys’ and ‘hows’ of internet in Chile

Chile online 2011 View more presentations from Cristobal Cobo Romaní. Dr Sergio Godoy is Head of Research & Postgraduate Studies of Universidad Catolica de Chile’s School of Communications (UC), the country’s leading academic body in the field. He specialises in the business of communications, IT and electronic medC). Both WIP and BIT are executed in… Read More »

Invisible Learning to be published in early 2011

This interview was recorded in 1988. Then, Isaac Asimov shared ideas about the “future” of education. Interestingly, years before it was broadly adopted Asimov talked about ideas as “Internet at home”; “on laptop per child“; in addition to “informal learning” and “self-learning”. Some of his thoughts are analyzed in the coming book, “Invisible Learning”. [see the Twitterfall of  current… Read More »

The 2nd digital divide & the 2015 EU Digital Agenda:

e-skills reshaping the future of learning View more presentations from Cristobal Cobo Romaní. After ten years of continuous effort to bring digital technologies to the classroom (particularly in the secondary and tertiary education levels) the European Commission has acknowledged in several policy assessments that the impact of these regional investments in technology have not been… Read More »