She holds a PhD focused on eLearning and technology by the Open University of Catalonia (UOC). She has a Bachelor in Pedagogy from the Ramon Llull University and is a specialist in online education. She is a lecturer at the Computer Science, Multimedia and Telecommunication Studies at UOC. She is a member of the Digital Literacy area which provides a compulsory subject related with a set of ICT competencies in all university Bachelor’s degrees. She has participated in several national and international research projects related with the teaching and learning process in distance learning environments. in several national and international research projects related with the teaching and learning process in distance learning environments. She focuses her research on the design of technology enhanced systems for online teaching and learning processes, focusing in the e-assessment and feedback issues. She developed an adaptive learning path system for online Higher Education that respond to users’ needs from both personal and educational perspectives using ICT.
Dra. Ana Elena Guerrero will be involved in UOC tasks within WP1, WP2. These WP are related with the management of the project as well as the definition of the e-assessment framework for educational institutions behind the project. She is the PC (project co-ordinator).
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