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May
22

Admission of ID / IFR in the press of the Western Region

Titles of media articles covering the subject of ADMISSION 2019 for ID / IFR courses

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Workshop Open Education in the Digital Age

The Polytechnic University of Timișoara through the ID / IFR and E-Learning Center invites you to participate in the Open Education Workshop - the impact of openness.

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03

Launch OpenVM Learning Hub

The Open Virtual Mobility project team is happy to announce the launch of the educational platform within the project

By CeL | News . OpenVM . Projects . EU projects
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Webinar OER Quality Assessment

During Open Education Week 2019, EDEN organizes a series of webinars dedicated to the impact of open education.

By CeL | News . Uncategorized
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Jan.
13

CeL: 2018 in numbers and facts

Now, at the end of the anniversary year, we have reviewed the special things we have accomplished and are proud of.

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Jan.
13
Jan.
05

OpenVM Workshop

The OpenVM Workshop with the theme Virtual Mobility Service and Advanced Learning Technologies.

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Nov.
20

Workshop Digital Skills and Competences for the Creative Industries

What are the creative industries and what is their impact on the global economy? What are digital skills and what are digital skills and how are they validated in the creative industries? The presentation of success stories in the field of digital marketing and virtual museums but also of cultural heritage, including European were the points of interest of this workshop.

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Contact

Bl. Vasile Parvan, no. 2 B, Floor IV
Timisoara, Romania

Tel: +40 256 403300

Mail: contact@elearning.upt.ro

ABOUT US

The ID / IFR and e-Learning Center (CeL) was established in 1998, as an integral part of the Polytechnic University of Timişoara (UPT).
CeL organizes the specializations - Technologies and Systems of Telecommunications, Applied Informatics, Communication and Public Relations in distance education under license cycle and Technology of Machine Constructions in education with reduced frequency of license cycle.

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