The University of Valladolid is a Public University in Spain, founded in 1241 and considered as one of the oldest universities in the world. It was established in the 13th Century and was started as a small school. The University has total 7 campuses through four cities of Castile and Leon: Valladolid, Palencia, Soria and Segovia. Today it is one of the leading centres of Higher Education in Spain, offering over 100 degrees, 54 masters and 80 doctorate programmes, boasting a broad network of international relations, research centres, together with wide-ranging sports and cultural facilities and a rich architectural and documentary heritage. All of this combines to provide an outstanding academic environment, equal to the oldest universities in Europe in terms of history, excellence and quality of research. Internationalization is one of the key objectives of the University of Valladolid. Therefore, the International Relations Office of the UVa has been organizing student mobility since 1987 within the framework of various Programmes through which over 2,000 students are sent and received annually. The University has total of 32,000 students and approx 2000 teachers. The institution is involved in significant research work in the fields of humanities, social sciences, experimental sciences, architecture and engineering as well as biomedical sciences. The dedication of almost 2,800 lecturers and researchers as well as 1070 administrative and service staff ensures that the University of Valladolid meets the demands of society in terms of teaching and research quality. As a result of this research work, the University of Valladolid holds 57 patents and annually publishes around 800 articles in journals listed in the Science Citation Index SCI, around 250 books, and is present at many national and international congresses with over 1 900 papers and communications. The research group that is involved in this project belongs to the Telecomunications School of this University. It has as one of its fields of work the application of Information and Communication Technologies to the learning process.