Recommend a resource
Suggest a topic that you think would be interesting for the UOC community. We will consider preparing a monographic guide with a selection of content for further knowledge.
Make your request
We create guides with documents, tools and websites on topics of interest to the UOC community.
How it works?
Send us your proposal using the form, and we will consider it.
We prepare monographic guides with a careful selection of text and audiovisual resources. These are some of the guides we have prepared so far:
A selection of content to help deepen your understanding of the impact fake news has on the world and the solutions available to tackle this situation.
In it you will find general information on the discipline, areas of specialization, news, legislation, campaigns to publicize the profession and gender-related content.
To find out start by consulting learning resources, articles and websites with basic information on the concept and on two types of e-commerce: business to consumer (B2C) and business to business (B2B).
Àgueda MercadalOperative subgroup: Librarian for Psychology and Education, vocational training Operative group: Library for Learning
Lis BalcellsOperative subgroup: Librarian for Computer Science, Multimedia and Telecommunications, vocational training Operative group: Library for Learning
Frequently Asked Questions
What topics can a thematic guide relate to?
The topics must relate to the contents of the various educational programmes at the UOC. They can be general topics (such as press and current affairs) or specific matters (such as fake news).
What are the contents of a thematic guide?
We produce guides using resources that the UOC Library has subscribed to or others available online, such as specific laws, scientific journals, databases, websites, etc.
What types of thematic guides are drawn up?
There is no comprehensive list of types. In other words, more types can be added based on the proposals received. The guides that have been produced so far can be classified into the following categories
- Instrumental / Tools
- Definition of a concept and minimum resources
- Institutional (honorary doctorates, chairs and inaugural lectures)
- Presentation/analysis of a topic (in-depth examination)