Tagged: REUNI+D


University research networks as spaces for collaboration and social capital: The case of REUNI+D

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.


La Red Universitaria de Investigación e Innovación Educativa (REUNI+D): Implicaciones para la transformación de la universidad

Today, Thursday 28th, at the XI CIDU Congress, at 8:15 p.m. CET, we will held the symposium entitled “The University Network for Educational Research and Innovation (REUNI+D): Implications for the transformation of the university”, with the participation of Juana M. Sancho and Fernando Hernández (Esbrina), Teresa González (GIETE) and Adriana Gewerc (Stellae), and presented and coordinated by Víctor Hernández (EDULLAB). The aim is to offer a look at what REUNI+D is, its meaning and trajectory, and reflect on what the network contributes to teaching and research practice, the tensions and challenges of networking and the challenges for the future (open science. ..).