Collaborative networks are considered a critical factor in developing the human species and any living being. Life would not be possible without the dynamic interaction between plants, animals, micro-organisms, non-living beings, and their environment. Nor would human life be possible without considering its physical, social, cultural, and technological environments as a unitary network living within a historical context.
Author: Xavier Giró Gràcia
Esbrina Research Group (University of Barcelona) presentation
Recording of the round table Round Table: Views from Open Science, which took place on May 27, 2022 in Valladolid within the IV Summer School: The doctoral thesis and Open Science: dilemmas, trajectories and decision making, with the participation of Juliana Raffaghelli, Jesús Valverde Berrocoso and Pablo Rivera Vargas, and moderated by Eduardo Fernández.
IV Summer School: La Tesis doctoral y la Ciencia abierta: dilemas, trayectorias y toma de decisiones
Committed to open science and to making scientific research and its dissemination more democratic and more linked to the needs of Society, REUNI+D, University Network for Research and Educational Innovation is pleased to announce that the IV Summer School will be held in Valladolid in May 2022, organized by the CEAEX group of the University of Valladolid.
Recordings of the sessions of the MOOC “Trends in educational and social research”, which was carried out in May 2018.
Next Tuesday, May 25, at 5.30 in the afternoon (Spain-peninsula time or Central European time) will take place the presentation of the book Investigación transformativa e inclusiva en el ámbito educativo y social, on Octaedro’s YouTube channel.
The webinar entitled Growing Up Together: Educational Research and Open Knowledge aims to discuss how to share data and open knowledge in educational research. Speakers from different universities who are experts in the field of pedagogical knowledge will participate in it.
This book presents a diversity of epistemological and methodological proposals that are acting in complicated socio-educational settings, supporting and developing transformation projects. These represent a different orientation of the hegemonic practices and models, based on other assumptions in matters as essential as the vision of knowledge, the methodological procedures, the consideration of the participating subjects and the institutional and academic practices of doing research.