O e-Learning Lab da ULisboa atua como unidade de apoio a docentes e investigadores da Universidade de Lisboa na integração das tecnologias no Ensino e Investigação. Procura promover a utilização de aplicações online no suporte a uma formação mais atual e inovadora, modernizando o ensino presencial e estimulando o desenvolvimento de práticas de b/e-learning.



The University of Lisbon (ULisboa) considers the use of digital technologies as a fundamental point of a continuous strategy of modernization of teaching and learning practices of its own community.

The e-Learning Lab, established in 2010, is responsible for providing support in the implementation of an e-learning program in the university. In 2013, it became a project of the Rectory and has continued the development of initiatives of promoting and also integrating new technologies and interactive communication tools into the lecturing practice.  Therefore, the following strategic objectives have been determined:

  • promote digital inclusion and access to knowledge through technological mechanisms that are adapted to the different needs of students;
  • promote the development of digital competences and the use of modern technologies for supporting teaching through academic staff training;
  • support the development of multimedia content that contributes to a more effective learning of students;
  • develop initiatives that give international visibility to the ULisboa;
  • create means of dissemination of the ULisboa schools ’training offers as well as their educational and scientific projects through different web environments;
  • support the development of postgraduate and continuous education courses on a blended or fully online learning formats;
  • support the technological update of teaching practices and the continuous development of pedagogical competences of the academic staff of the ULisboa to encourage the use of technologies and to valorise their relationship with the students.






João Filipe Matos

Coordinator of E-learning Lab of University of Lisbon since 2010. Full Professor at the Institute of Education of the University of Lisbon, where he finished his PhD in 1991 in Didactics of Mathematics. He is currently Director of the PhD Program FCT 'Technology Enhanced Learning and Societal Challenges' as well as of the Doctorate in ICT in Education. It also assumes the coordination of the Masters’ Degree in eLearning and Distance Learning and the Masters’ Degree in Computer Science Teaching.
Neuza Pedro

Coordinator of E-learning Lab of University of Lisbon since 2010. Professor in Education and Teacher training at the Institute of Education-University of Lisbon. PhD in ICT in Education, Masters in Educational Psychology. Certified in 'E-teaching' by the University of Agder in Norway and in 'E- assessment' by the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Presently, also assumes the coordination of the Master Degree Program in Education and Digital Technologies of the Institute of Education.




Magda Fonte
Instructional designer & e-Learning developer

Magda Fonte has a Master’s Degree in Educational Sciences, in the field of Educational and Communicational Technologies. Currently, she is a PhD Candidate of the Distance Education and e-Learning PhD program at the Open University (Portugal).
Over the last years, she has been training and supporting professors/researchers in the use of ICT, working as an instructional designer and e-Learning developer for online courses, and managing e-Learning projects. The research topics she is interested in are related to the quality of open and distance education. Moreover, she is a member of national and international research projects.


Nikoletta Agonács 
e-Learning developer | PhD Student 

Nikoletta Agonács has a Bachelor’s Degree in Romance Philology, specialized in Italian studies, and a Master’s Degree in Foreign Language Teaching (Italian and Hungarian) from the University of Eötvös Loránd, Budapest. Currently, she is a PhD Candidate at the Institute of Education of the Universiy of Lisbon of the PhD Program Technology Enhanced Learning and Societal Challenges (TELSC). Her research area is the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) learning environment and learning theories for the digital era. She is an invited collaborator as an e-Learning Developer at the e-Learning Lab of the University of Lisbon.


Nuno Oliveira
Multimedia producer & e-Learning developer 

Nuno Oliviera is graduated in Theology at the Universidade Católica Portuguesa (2003). He holds a Master´s Degree in Education and Multimedia Communication from the Instituto Politécnico de Santarém (2011). Currently, he is a PhD candidate in the Doctoral Programme in eLearning and Distance Education at Universidade Aberta (UAb), Portugal. He worked as a primary and secondary school teacher from 1998 to 2016. In 2016, he began to work at the e-Learning Lab of the University of Lisbon as Multimedia producer & e-Learning developer. He is a certified trainer in teachers’ and companies’ specialised courses, in the fields of Information and Communication Technologies, Web 2.0 and Pedagogical Aptitude training courses.


Sofia Batista
Instructional designer & e-Learning developer

Sofia Batista has been working in the field of online learning supporting, monitoring, and dynamizing e-Learning programs, and doing the maintenance of learning management systems in the last seven years,. Currently, she works as an instructional designer at the E-learning Lab of the University of Lisbon where the teams’ main responsibility is to give technical and professional support to teachers and researchers of the university in their online learning initiatives. She is also a PhD Candidate at the Institute of Education of the University of Lisbon. Her research area is the adoption processes of learning management systems in the Portuguese Higher Education Institutions.

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