University teachers' digital empowerment for blended teaching: an experience of Teachers’ training in european higher education

Marc Romero, Montse Guitert, Teresa Romeu, Pablo Baztán


Due to the global pandemic, online training became a response for educational institutions to develop
their training activities. HE teachers adopted remote solutions based on replicating face-to-face
dynamics and activities online, while any online education activity needs a proper design to be
developed and to assure students’ meaningful learning. The results were not coherent with online
teaching principles, causing a negative vision on online teaching and learning. To promote HE teachers’
Digital Competence, an online course was designed, implemented and evaluated in six European
universities. The process of design and implementation will be critically discussed to highlight the limit
and opportunities of this training as a model to help teachers to transform their practices to blended


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