Dr. Bartolomé Pina, Antonio. University of Barcelona. (España).
Sciences of education, Special Award (1982, Barcelona). Doctor in educational technology. Accredited as a University Professor (Aneca, 2010) and advanced research (HERE, 2010). He is director of the laboratory of Mitjans Interactius is a centre of r & d at the University of Barcelona, specializes in research in the field of education and the media, recognized and funded by the Generalitat of Catalonia (2009 SGR 847) http://www.lmi.ub.es/lmi/
Personal website: http://www.lmi.ub.es/personal/bartolome/ Blog http://basile.es
Dr. J. Ignacio Aguaded, University of Huelva and Chief Editor of communicate.(España).
He is the founding President of the Group communication, collective veteran in Spain in media education, and director of the Latin American scientific magazine «»Communicate» and has participated in many training activities and research in the field of the educational use of media and given lectures and presentations in master, courses and conferences of national and foreign universities.
In its research lines, highlights its concern by the influence and impact of the screens (television, Internet, cinema...) and also new technologies of communication in children and adolescents and the need from education and family will perform a critical education for the formation of intelligent consumer using rational and playful media.
Dr. Karl Steffens, Cologne University, (Germany).
Karl Steffens is psychologist and senior researcher at the University of Cologne / Germany. He obtained his PhD from the University of Bonn and has been working at the universities of Bonn, Cologne, Frankfurt, Erfurt, and Barcelona (Spain). At the University of Barcelona, he conducted research in the field of ICT for a year with a grant from the European Commission (Human Capital and Mobility Programme). In his teaching, he focuses on learning and instruction, technology enhanced learning, motivation, emotion and personality development. His research activities have centered on technology enhanced learning and on intercultural communication, with a focus on self-regulated learning in technology enhanced learning environments.
Dr. Manuel Cebrián de la Serna. University of Málaga. (España).
Catedrático del área de Didáctica y Organización Escolar, Doctor en Tecnología Educativa y Licenciado en Ciencias de la Educación por la Universidad de Málaga, España. Lines of research: a.) Educational innovation vs technological innovation; b) University education and c) Federation technologies applied to education. During 10 years director of training services for teachers: ICE, Educational innovation and Virtual Learning Service. Director of the research group, Junta de Andalucía (SEJ-462): Globalization, Technology, Education and learning (Gtea). Advisor to the distance education system (SINED), México. Personal Web: http://gtea.uma.es/mcebrian
Dr. Carlos Castaño Garrido. Director of digital environments in the Virtual Campus of the University of the country Basque.
PhD in pedagogy from the University of Seville. Associate Professor of "New technologies applied to education" of the Department of didactics and organization school of the University of the country Basque-Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea. Director of digital environments in the Virtual Campus of the University of the country Basque. Director of the consolidated research group in educational technology "Weblearner". Director of the Master and doctorate in "technology program, Learning and education"of the Universidda of the Basque country. Lines of research: a.) didactic use of ICT and teacher training; b) the training of teachers in digital environments, c) Web 2.0 and (c)) Life Long Learning.
Dra. Maria jesus Gallego Arrufat. University of Granada.
PhD by the University of Granada and titular Professor in the Faculty of Sciences of the education. Coordinator of the doctorate and Master's degree in research and innovation in Curriculum and training (Sciences of education) University of Granada. He has been principal investigator and member of research teams in information technology and communication in education, Training of teachers and higher education. He was Deputy Director of the teachers magazine – Journal of Curriculum and teacher training. She is editor of the journal JETT – Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers. His research focuses on online learning descriptors, Practicum, computer mediated communication (CMC), e-assessment and rubrics, leadership, personal learning environments (PLE).
Dra. Raposo Manuela Rivas, University of Vigo (España).
Associate, PhD in educational psychology. His teaching takes place in the initial training of future professionals in the education field, in matters related to the information technology and communication (ICT), the Practicum and curriculum design. Its thematic areas of research and publications revolve around the educational use of ICT, teachers of pre-school and primary education Practicum, together with innovation and quality in higher education.
DRA Lourdes Galeana de la O. General Coordinator of the national system of distance education. México.
Dr., with specialties in histology, Anatomy and human neuroanatomy, by the National Polytechnic Institute (1988). Currently, It is General Coordinator of the national system of distance education (SINED), Director of the University's educational media production, and Director of educational resources of the University of Colima, también se desempeña como Profesora e investigadora de Tiempo Completo de la Facultad de Medicina de la misma Universidad. Es experta en el análisis, planeación, diseño y desarrollo de soluciones y escenarios educativos basados en tecnología.
(D). Dor Garbash (France).
Working on collective knowledge building at the CRI -Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity- (París, France). Phd student working on collective knowledge building at the CRI in Paris. A peer in the Knownodes project and open knowledge advocate. www.knownodes.com.
Dr. Lenny Muellner, -The Center for Hellenic Studies- Harvard University. USA.
Chair of the Board of Readers for Harvard X MOOC CB 22x, “The Ancient Greek Hero,” 2013-2014, is Professor of Classical Studies at Brandeis University and Director for IT and Publications at Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic Studies. Educated at Harvard (Ph.D. 1973), his scholarly interests center on Homeric epic, with special interests in historical linguistics, anthropological approaches to the study of myth, and the poetics of oral traditional poetry. His recent work includes “Grieving Achilles,” in Homeric Contexts: Neoanalysis and Oral Interpretation of Poetry the, Ed. TO. Rengakos, F. Montanari, and C. Tsagalis, Trends in Classics, Supplementary Volume 12, Berlin, 2012, pp. 187-210, and "Homeric Anger Revisited,"Classics @ Issue" 9: Defense Mechanisms, Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington, DC, September, 2011.
(D). Philip Desenne. Annotations Harvard X Project Manager (Harvard University, USA).
Phil is a consultant in educational technologies to annotations in HarvardX. His attention is focused on the design and development of innovative educational technologies to enhance and support the research, teaching and learning online for Harvard University. He collaborates with teachers, teaching staff, students and staff to create strategies, analizar y priorizar el desarrollo de sistemas tecnológicos académicos interdisciplinarios. Actualmente trabaja en la implementación de un modelo abierto interoperable de herramientas para anotaciones en textos, imágenes, audio, video y mapas para la plataforma EdX. www.linkedin.com/pub/philip-desenne/3/a07/8b
DNA. Joaquina Gomariz Lopez. (University of Málaga)
Optional file, Libraries and museums of the University of Malaga. Graduate in geography and history and diploma in library and information science from the University of Granada. Currently developing his work as head of the automation and process technical of the library of the University of Malaga, being its main functions the implementation and development of the integrated system of management of libraries, management of the institutional repository of the University of Malaga, planning and evaluation of new technologies for introduction into the library, coordination and standardisation of the technical process and control authorities.
Dr. (D). Sixto Pablo Martín García, OpenMOOC project developer.
Sixto Martin Garcia is one of the main programmers of OpenMOOC, focused on the identity federation and in the integration between the different components. In the last years he has been working in projects focused on build platforms based on open source software components. Currently is the main operator of the CONFIA federation in the south of Spain. Expert in identity and access management (IAM). He has experience with the software SimpleSAMLphp and Shibboleth. Has developed several SAML plugins which have been contributed to the community
Dr. Pedro Pernías Peco, director de tecnología de UNIMOOC-aemprende. Institute of international economics at the University of Alicante.
Professor in the Department of languages and computer systems of the University of Alicante. Bachelor of science in education. He has been Secretary of the ICE and Director of the Secretariat of the new technologies of the University of Alicante, Director of contents of resources on the network (PPE Group) and Director of content and e-learning and content of Universia. Currently is Deputy Coordinator of the degree of Multimedia engineering. In addition, He is a member of the Institute of international economics, where is Chief Technology Officer of Unimooc-aemprende teaches several courses and undergraduate and graduate subjects related to ICT.
Dr. ING. Daniel Cebrián Robles.
Industrial Engineer, Master's degree in renewable energy and fluids, Master in new technologies applied to education, doctoral studies in educational research and innovation program. Gtea member and developer of federated for teaching tools such as Erubrica, WebQuest and the Multimedia annotations tool, the latter integrated edX MOOC platform, Research Fellow at Harvard University 2013. http://danielcebrian.com
(D). Dr. Antonio Vallecillo Moreno, Director of the International Center for postgraduate and Doctoral School of the University of Malaga.
Antonio Vallecillo is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Málaga. His research interests include Model-based Software Engineering, Open Distributed Processing and Software Quality. Between 1986 and 1995 he was in the computer industry, working for Fujitsu and ICL. In 1996 he joined the University of Málaga, where he currently conducts research on Software Modeling and Analysis. He has organized several international conferences, including ECOOP 2002, TOOLS 2010 and MODELS 2013. He is also involved in different standardization activities within AENOR, ISO, ITU-T and the OMG, also being the Spanish representative at IFIP TC2. He has been co-editor of ITU-T Rec. X.906 | ISO/IEC 19793 (UML4ODP) and of the revised versions of RM-ODP Parts 2 and 3 (ITU-T X.902-X.903 | ISO/IEC 10746-2/3). For further information, including research projects, tools and publications, please visit http://www.lcc.uma.es/~av
(D). Pedro Aranzadi Elejabeitia. Director-General. UNIVERSIA PORTAL.
The Director General of Universia Spain, Pedro Aranzadi Elejabeitia, It received the recognition to the Open Course Ware Consortium completo Leadership ACE, for his efforts in organizing projects Open Course Ware Spanish and Latin American.
Pedro Aranzadi Elejabeitia has worked in a number of different functions in the Universia portal since the year 2003 to promote the open exchange of educational materials on the web. From 2004-2005, latraduccion of the MIT OpenCourseWare courses has led to Spanish and Portuguese, and starting from 2006 He has coordinated the development OCW sites in more of 100 Spanish and Latin American universities.
Dr. Miguel Zapata Ros. Escuela Politécnica Superior. Universidad de Alcalá.
Doctor computer engineer, teaches, organizes and coordinates, continuously since October of 1997, University teaching in virtual environments only, from the universities of Murcia and in Alcalá de Henares. He is currently a member of the directors of the Spanish network of Virtual Campus, and coordinates its Observatory of trends. He is editor of network distance education magazine. It is representative of INTCODE (Organization with special consultative status in the economic and Social Council of the United Nations) in New York City. He is a member of the programs of doctorate "Applications and problems interdisciplinary the technologies of the information and the communications" and of the "engineering of the information and of knowledge". The latter distinguished with mention of excellence by the Ministry of education, courses 2011-2012 a. 2013-2014. Reference: MEE2011-0159. Personal page: http://www.um.es/ead/mzapata