Jordi Adell, lecturer from the Department of Education and director of the Centre for Education and New Technologies (CENT), argues that “we must put technology in the hands of students,” always orchestrated by the knowledge of contents, teaching and technology that lectures have because “the most important aspect is pedagogy rather than technology.” In this sense, Adell stresses that the most crucial issue in learning is not the use of technology by teachers, but the planning of learning and technology activities that students will use to achieve the objectives set in the subject. The director of CENT addressed the implications of Web 2.0 on learning at the conference that put the end to a workshop on educational applications of Web 2.0 and Google Apps. It can also be seen complete at UJI video server.
Original video in Catalan. SCP UJI, January 2011