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LE @ D researchers participated, between 10-12 September, in the IV Luso-Afro-Brazilian Colloquium. Participation was reflected, both in the work of the Organizing Committee and Scientific Commission, and also as speakers. The colloquium is a joint organization of the University of Lisbon (Institute of Education), and the University of Minho, Portugal and the State University of Santa Catarina, Catholic University of Petropolis, Brazil.
Filipa Seabra| Organizing and Scientific Committee
Lúcia Amante | Curriculum and assessment of learning in the new pedagogical scenarios
Rozangela Wyszomirska, Aaria Souto, António Quintas-Mendes | Open University System, curricula and professional training: a study of potentialities and weaknesses in Brazil and Portugal
Between September 6 and 8, 2018, the V International Congress on ICT and Education – TICEDUCA2018 was held at the Institute of Education of the University of Lisbon. With the motto, ‘Technology Enhanced Learning’, several LE @ D researchers participated in the event, either by integrating the Scientific Committee, moderating sessions, or presenting research papers.
Eleven (11) communications were the responsibility of LE @D:
Filomena Pestana & Teresa Cardoso | Evolutionary models and trends in european educational systems: the impact of ICT
Carlos Seco | Creating an online educational resource using Wikibooks Maria Maria
Angélica Costa & Lina Morgado | Open and Distance Training of Tutors: Luso-Brazilian Models and Practices
Fernanda Cassundè & Lina Morgado | International scientific production on digital teacher competences: trends and perspectives
Pedro Cabral | Design of online courses from the equivalence theorem of interaction
Fernado Bacelar, Lina Morgado & Vitor Rocio | Gamification on an academic social platform: impact on social learning in Distance Education
Nilson Rodrigues, Maurício Oliveira, Fernanda Cassundé, Lina Morgado & Milka Barbosa | Teachers, technologies and digital skills: theoretical propositions
Ana Filipe & Ana Nobre | Open education and open technology in teacher education