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Ceremony to acknowledge the previous members of the president's office

27/05/2014

Ceremony to acknowledge the previous members of the president's office (in Catalan)

 

Josep Laporte Hall, UOC
 

“Between 2005 and 2012, under the leadership of President Tubella and her team, the UOC underwent a stage marked by growth and transformation.”

Presentation of the Joan Miró Chair

26/05/2014

Presentation of the Joan Miró Chair (in Catalan)

 

Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona
 

“As you know, an artist’s significance cannot be measured by the value of his or her paintings at auction or by the number of visitors to exhibitions. Rather it is an artist’s ability to transcend, to influence and, ultimately, to be present. Miró is one such artist, influential now and before.”

Workshop on Linguistic Coexistence in the Catalonia of the Future. 15 years of Catalan Language and Literature Studies at the UOC

23/05/2014

Workshop on Linguistic Coexistence in the Catalonia of the Future. 15 years of Catalan Language and Literature Studies at the UOC (in Catalan)

 

Prat de la Riba Hall. Headquarters of the Institute of Catalan Studies, Barcelona
 

“Talking about language and coexistence, as academics and as native speakers, implies talking about ourselves, our history and our future.”

Annual Alumni Seminar

17/05/2014

Annual Alumni Seminar (in Catalan)

 

Espai Pujades, Barcelona
 

“No one can afford to dismiss training; no one can live without it.”

Workshop: I Want to Do a MOOC: Where do I start?

11/04/2014

Workshop: I Want to Do a MOOC: Where do I start? (in Catalan)

 

Auditorium of the Communication Campus of Pompeu Fabra University
 

“MOOCs are excellent resources and complements, but by themselves they are not online education: they are online knowledge.”

10 years of East Asian Studies

01/02/2014

10 years of East Asian Studies (in Catalan)

 

UOC
 

“With this vision, the UOC forged ahead once again as the first and only Spanish university, without prior ties to East Asia, committed to offering a university qualification in these studies.”