Tag Archives: Time Factor

What’s about Time? Arts, Mathematics and E-Learning


Sometimes, I’ve discussed the notion of “time” in a different context than the e-learning one. In my case, to put an assumed concept on trial use to bring clarity to me about it in other areas than the reference. In short: I’m not convinced that discussion about time (time as a key factor in e-learning Continue Reading →

Time factor in e-Learning: a mind map


This is a collaborative mind-map about “Time Factor in E-Learning”. It was created during the Time Factor Doctorate Seminar (March-June, 2011) conducted by Margarida Romero (UOC). The developing of the map was the seminar’s initial task. All of the map’s authors are mentioned in it. Recommended citation: -Romero, M., Anglada, O., Esposito, A., Llorens, F., Continue Reading →

Social and Cultural Time in e-learning experiences


Esta videopresentación reproduce la comunicación presentada al ‘PhD Time Facor Seminar’, en el E-Learn Center de la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC), en junio de 2011. Conocer las maneras en las que el ‘factor tiempo’ influye en el desarrollo de experiencias y estrategias de aprendizaje en entornos virtuales puede hacer más efectivo el diseño de Continue Reading →

Development of the students’ time regulation competences in online learning


Francesc Llorens Antoni Pérez-Poch This brief article is the final contribution of the authors to the PhD “Time Factor in E-Learning Seminar” (E-Learn Center), Open University of Catalonia (UOC), March-June 2011.   Introduction As we have seen in the previous development of the collaborative conceptual map about Time Factor in e-learning, there are many ways Continue Reading →

The ‘Time Factor’ in my e-learning research project


Introduction The Time Factor in Elearning seminar has been quite interesting and has brought clarity to determine the key elements in management of time required by our research project. This work has been done initially by considering the general aspects of the concept of time, and later by focusing our analysis on specific characteristics of Continue Reading →

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