Online learning and the UOC's Virtual CampusEducational modelhe UOC's educational model is the university’s main feature that distinguishes it since its introduction.The UOC's virtual classroomsFind out about the UOC's virtual classrooms.What should teaching materials for online learning be...A video with a brief and very visual explanation on how to prepare teaching materials in the UOC module format.
The UOC's teaching modules: writing and publishing
A guide for authors receiving assignments to create basic teaching content for one of the University's courses or formative units.Instructions for the authors of teaching materials in...Video aimed at those authors receiving assignments to write materials (content) for a UOC course.The publishing process of materials in UOC teaching...A video that briefly, and very visually, explains the publishing process followed for teaching materials at the UOC
The UOC's audiovisual formats: guidelines for preparing them
Three videos lasting 7-10 minutes each, with the format of an interview with an expert. Each video can be viewed separately from the other two.
Audiovisual media where an expert or a witness, accompanied by a journalist, visit a representative place (museum, hospital, magistrates' court, psychology practice, school, etc.) which leads to an explanation of a subject.
A presenter and an expert set up a pop-up classroom in the street: with a table, a blackboard and other objects that are needed to explain a concept metaphorically. The explanation will be complemented with pedestrians' spontaneous reactions.
A journalist and the author, the coordinating professor or the course instructor invite two experts for a four-way discussion in a cafeteria, in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.
A journalist interviews an expert during a car journey. The presenter drives and the expert is in the passenger's seat.
Wikis & blogs (or agile Wordpresses)
- Procedure for requesting wikis as teaching material
- Authorship of teaching materials in wiki
- xWiki tutorial
- Converting xWiki pages to PDF
A section where information can be found on intellectual property and copyright of the content published at the UOC (learning resources, etc.).
Resources to cite a bibliographic reference correctly.