Universitat Jaume I

EHHLSA WORKSHOP: NEW EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES THANKS TO E-LEARNING

17/05/2017

EHHLSA Workshop, May 17th

Jaume I University of Castellón

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E-learning platforms allow people to attend a course virtually (also known as 'on-line'), with no distance or time limitations. This is a major advantage, since it implies that more people can access new educational opportunities.

This type of education must be designed with great care, creating materials that will allow on-line submission, as well as activities where students can participate synchronously (that is, on-demand). Furthermore, this education method lacks the ways of communication we are used to (non-verbal communication, for instance), making it harder to provide those competencies that require the students' physical presence. The case of senior students additionally demands the use of adequate teaching methods that will take into account motivation, experience and abilities.

V INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR FOR OLDER ADULTS AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES OF THE UNIVERSITY JAUME I

17/05/2017
19/05/2017

The University for Older Adults of the University Jaume I, organizes in Castellón, 17th, 18th and 19th of May 2017, the V International Seminar for Older Adults and New Technologies.

Tthe new innovations, experiences, tools and researches relatives to the older adults and new technologies will be presented from an interdisciplinary approach: digital inclusion, society, quality of life, education, integration, technology, legislation, health and security.

To register and to obtain more information about the seminars contact with:

Organizing Committee: Prof. Roger Esteller Curto

International Seminar for Older Adults and New Technologies

University Jaume I

And on the website: http://mayores-nt.uji.es

PROFESSOR SALVADOR CABEDO HAS BEEN AWARDED HONORARY DIRECTOR OF THE UJI SENIOR UNIVERSITY BY THE DEAN OF THE JAUME I UNIVERSITY OF CASTELLÓN

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The act of appointing the Prof. Salvador Cabedo as Honorary Director of the Senior University took place on the 27th of April 2016 at 18:00 in the assembly hall Alfons el Magnánimo at the Faculty of Law and Economics.

Next year the University of Jaume I of Castelló will celebrate its 25th anniversary. Its 18-year training programme of the Senior University will be celebrated as well, which reaches the age of majority.

The Senior University was started at the Jaume I University of Castellón in 1998 by the professor Salvador Cabedo and his team. They were convinced that education is the most effective tool to build a fair and united society, where generations respect each other, support each other and live together in harmony.

XVIII Ordinary Meeting of the Spanish National Association of University Programmes for Older Adults – Castellón

02/07/2014

ACT OF THE XIII ORDINARY MEETING OF THE SPANISH NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY PROGRAMMES FOR OLDER ADULTS, CELEBRATED ON 2nd OF JULY 20

23rd MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF CASTELLÓN – UNIVERSITY OF JAUME I.

02/07/2014

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SPANISH NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY PROGRAMMES FOR OLDER ADULTS MET ON 1st  JULY OF 2010 AT 20.00H, IN SECOND

TECNOLOGY ON THE GO. IV INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES OF OLDER ADULTS AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES. UNIVERSITY OF JAUME I CASTELLON.

13/05/2015
15/05/2015

Nowadays the use of Information and Communication Technologies is every day more present in our daily life, in the way we communicate, inform, learn and create. The people have created new habits and routines adding them to our daily routines to inter-relation with those around us, in a real or virtual way. This provides us with great advantages and information and communication possibilities, new opportunities to the inclusion and in the end to the quality of life. On the contrary, there are also risks and dangers: the digital break, privacy, security, exclusion, etc.

Evaluation toolkit on seniors' education to improve their quality of life

17/12/2013 16:30

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Evaluation toolkit on seniors' education to improve their quality of life

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