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Implementation of TICs for the Virtual Learning of Literary Subjects: From Aula Virtual to OCW and Universia

  • Eusebio V. Llácer LlorcaEmail author
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Part of the New Frontiers in Translation Studies book series (NFTS)

Abstract

Within the current European Convergence Process and the development of the new University degrees, a compromise has been reached to adapt the English Studies (before English Philology) curricula to the current needs of students in a highly competitive society. The final goal is to transform our education system into one of learning. This actually implies that the student must engage himself more closely with the university and that he may lead his coursework in a more autonomous way, backed up by more active educational strategies, such as the personalised tutoring guide, the use of the new technologies, and the team work.

Keywords

Oral Presentation Team Work Theoretical Knowledge Technical Competence Generic Competence 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universitat de ValènciaValenciaSpain

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