IE University Library reinforces its liquid learning model with gamification, augmented and immersive reality
The institution's library offers educational tools based on gaming, such as Classcraft or Seppo.
IE University Library now offers programs and learning tools that use gaming to support teachers in their distance learning classes and to improve students’ academic performance. These new resources reinforce the academic model of liquid learning, which IE University will launch in September, with face-to-face and online students connected simultaneously via the classroom.
07 Jul 2020Arts & Humanities, Entrepreneurship, Human Sciences & Technology, On Campus
BAN KI-MOON CALLS FOR INCREASED EFFORTS AND INVESTMENT IN YOUTH AND WOMEN TO ENSURE FUTURE LEADERSHIP
Mr. Ban Ki-moon believes the need to strengthen quality and comprehensive education to empower young people is especially pressing at present.
02 Jul 2020Conferences, Lectures & Seminars, Events, Global & Public Affairs
Universities around the World Sign Joint Statement to Promote Mobility in Higher Education
IE University President commenting that higher education, since it’s very inception, has held international mobility at its core.
30 Jun 2020Business, Events
IE University Center for the Governance of Change (CGC) launches report on “Innovation, Sustainability and the Future of Healthcare”
The current health crisis has triggered an unprecedented surge in the development and demand of digital and AI technologies worldwide.
30 Jun 2020Conferences, Lectures & Seminars, Events, Global & Public Affairs, Human Sciences & Technology
LGBT+@Work: IE University analyzes the value of diversity as a catalyst for innovation
Lady Phyll, Tony Prophet and Jay Lin are among the speakers in this 14th edition.
26 Jun 2020Events
IE University, 12th in Europe and 37th in the world in the QS Top 50 under 50
British consulting firm Quacquarelli Symonds highlights universities under 50 years old with higher teaching standards, graduate employability, internationalization and academic reputation.
IE University is ranked 12th in Europe and 37th worldwide in the new edition of the QS Top 50 Under 50 ranking, prepared by British consulting firm Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) The league table evaluates international universities set up within the last half century that stand out for their teaching, graduate employability, international faculty and student body, research and academic reputation, among other aspects.
“IE University’s project is young, but our higher education model is already beginning to receive recognition, such as the Top 50 Under 50 2020 ranking, which reinforces our commitment to quality and university excellence. This QS report positions our university among the most innovative and attractive educational institutions in Europe for international students,” said Salvador Carmona, Rector of IE University.
24 Jun 2020Scholarships, Awards & Contests
IE University surveys global CLOs to analyze challenges and opportunities for corporate learning in the post COVID-19 era
41% of organizations have begun converting in-person programs into virtual programs.
18 Jun 2020Business
IE University Announces Plans to Reopen Campus in July
IE University is ready to reopen the campus in July with all necessary protocols in place, as soon as it is authorized.
05 Jun 2020Events, On Campus
Covid-19 has had a Major Impact on Global Attitudes Towards Data Privacy, Politics and the Regulation of New Technologies
In Italy and Spain, an overwhelming majority now support the implementation of restrictive tracking systems like the ones deployed in China.
02 Jun 2020Global & Public Affairs
IE University Embraces Liquid Learning Model, Unique Worldwide
At the start of the next academic year, all undergraduate, postgraduate, and executive education students can choose to attend class on campus or ...
28 May 2020Conferences, Lectures & Seminars
IE University Opens Online Training Hub in Response to COVID-19
IE University launches Building Resilience to provide open online courses, webinars, conference series, articles and videos and multimedia materials.
30 Mar 2020Conferences, Lectures & Seminars
Managing Your Internal Barometer During the Coronavirus Outbreak
The coronavirus outbreak is accompanied by a more insidious threat: a global flare of anxiety and worry that is wreaking havoc on our inner well-being. How can we manage our internal barometer in these trying times?
The onslaught of bad news in the media naturally arouses an acute sense of fear. This emotion is powerful and also very useful, since it protects us from immediate dangers and threats. Fear originates in the brain’s limbic system—the center of our emotional behavior—and triggers lightning-fast emotional and physical reactions. Physical manifestations—racing heartbeat, sweaty palms, tension in various parts of the body—arise almost instantaneously when a threat is detected. But fear can also push us towards negative or impulsive thoughts and actions. An effective way of calming ourselves in such situations is to implement a few techniques that will move us from reaction to response.
24 Mar 2020