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The XXIX University Conference on Educational Technology (JUTE) was, this year more than ever, a reunion. Being able to hug each other and see each other again, some new and others well known after having shared half a life in the field of educational technology.

These conferences were also a unique opportunity to present various works related to the project in which several members of the Stellae research team are part (Jesús Rodríguez, Silvia López and Tania Caamaño) and entitled: "Digital teaching materials in Early Childhood Education: analysis and proposals for use at school and at home".  This project is part of a national collaboration between research teams from the Universitat de Valéncia, Universidad de la Laguna,  Universidade da Coruña and the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela.

The papers presented revolved around various elements such as: the discourse of teachers and families of early childhood education regarding the use of digital teaching materials; the use of serious games for social welfare; attention to diversity and its presence in the materials currently used in Galicia; or analysis of resources for musical expression, among others. Intense and productive sessions, both professionally and personally.

Intense and productive days, both professionally and personally.