Program

October 25 th

Program

in https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/557663708

15:30 (UK) / 09:30 (Texas, USA)

15:30: Opening: Prof. Luísa Aires ( ObLID Network, Open University); Moderation: Ricardo Palmeiro, PhD student, University of Deusto (Spain)

Guest Lecturerers:  Luísa Dornelas, City of Lisbon (Portugal); Helder Touças, City of Lisbon (Portugal); Vanessa Veríssimo, City of Lisbon (Portugal); Felicidad Campal, Salamanca Library (Spain)

Passport Digital Competences – The Programme for inclusion and digital literacy of the Lisbon City Council” – Luísa Dornelas, Helder Touças and Vanessa Veríssimo (Lisbon City Council, Portugal)

“Digital citizens or simply CITIZENS” – Felicidad Campal (Biblioteca de Salamanca, Spain)


October 3rd 2018, 15:30 (UK) / 09:30 (Texas, USA)

PROGRAM (link to PDF)

Guest Lecturer: Master Alberto Bautista Martínez Universidade de Deusto (Spain)

Alberto Bautista Martínez, Professor of Secondary Education in Computer Science

“Action by the educational community to prevent cyberbullying at school”

Professor of Secondary Education in Computer Science

Master in Direction and Management of Educational Centers (Deusto University)

Computer Science Engineer

University expert on the European Dimension of Problems of School Coexistence

Author of the textbooks of Computer Science of Anaya (from 2007 to present).

 I was teaching postgraduate courses in the Master of Education and Information and Communication Technologies of the University of Alicante for several years, I have also collaborated in educational research with the research group EDUTIC-ADEI and tutoring students of the Prácticum.


– Opening session: Professor Paulo Dias, Rector Universidade Aberta

– Conference: Professor Joe Straubhaar, University of Austin, Texas (USA)

September 26th, 9:30 a.m. (Austin, Tx) / 15:30 (PT) / 16:30 (SP)

Joe Straubhaar is the Amon G. Carter Centennial Professor of Communication in the Radio-Television-Film Dept. and Director of the Latino and Latin American Media Studies Program at the University of Texas at Austin. His current research concerns the global television, the BRICs, television in Brazil and Latin America, the digital divide in Brazil and Texas. He is co-author of Television in Latin America (BFI, 2013) and the author of World Television: From Global to Local (Sage Publications, 2007), and numerous journal articles and conference papers on these topics.