Universidad Complutense de Madrid
From Researching Virtual Initiatives in Education
UCM employs about 6,000 professors and 4,000 service and administrative staff. It enrols about 50,148 faculty students, 7,707 University Schools students, 9,463 Students in Associated Centres, 8,863 Doctorate Programme students, 1,711 Official Master's Degrees
The University facilitates remote access to numerous services, including establishing the Virtual Campus, in which twenty-six Complutense centres participate.
The Universidad Complutense de Madrid web site is at http://www.ucm.es .
UCM established or makes effort to establish exchange agreements with universities throughout the world that allow students to undertake part of their studies in schools in the United States, Europe, Latin America, Australia, and Japan.
The UCM Virtual Campus is an extension of the physical University Campus using information and communication technologies. It is designed as a set of computer-based resources available to teachers and students to facilitate their work and to be used as a support tool in the transition to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).
The Virtual Campus centres on a course management and teaching content tool. Its main aim is to offer support for face-to-face teaching and learning.
The Virtual Campus combines the following CMSes and software: WebCT, Moodle and Sakai. More information on the Virtual Campus can be found at http://www.ucm.es/campusvirtual