University of Murcia, Spain
PhD in Educational Technology (Universitat de les Illes Balears). Associated professor in the Department of Didactics and School of Education at the Universidad de Murcia. A participant in international research projects on the implementation and impact of technology in both formal and non-formal learning contexts, including leading the Spanish teams of the projects CUTIE and DALI and leading the research contract ARS-SELFIE: Digital Competences in Spanish Education: Strategic Regional Approaches of the Joint Research Center of the European Union.
She has been a visiting researcher at the Knowledge Media Institute of the Open University in the United Kingdom, a visitor at the Department of Education of the University of Oxford, working with the E-learning Group, visiting professor at the Centre for Education and New Technologies of the University Jaume I of Castellón, as well as in the Graduate School of Education at the University of California Berkeley. She has also been a guest speaker at numerous national and international scientific events.
She has worked in the design, elaboration and implementation of networked didactic materials, guidance and advice to teachers for implementing ICT in formal teaching processes and several studies on the state of ICT in different educational environments. Her current research portfolio currently includes critical perspectives on educational technology, competencies for the digital era (definition, development and assessment), strategic approaches to teachers’ professional development, digital transformation in educational institutions, socio-material perspectives of emergent pedagogies, and personal learning environments. More info at www.lindacastaneda.com