The aim of the project is to enhance the use of ICT (cloud computing, social media, open data, etc.) and the newest paradigms of man-machine interaction (augmented reality, handwriting and speech recognition, motion detection, etc.) in order to define psycho-pedagogic practices that can improve the didactic activities and facilitate the processes to acquire new competences and knowledge.
Education user stories
Aula 3.0 aims to create a research lab, in the Arcangelo Scacchi High School in Bari, in which students and teachers can develop an active and non-formal learning approach, based on problem solving, with interaction achieved using the latest technologies and hands-on activities to improve the effectiveness of teaching and learning processes.
Edoc@work3.0 (EDucation and WOrk On Cloud) is a research project that has been implemented in Apulia (South Italy), which aims to reformulate the teaching and learning approach through the use of Web 3.0 technologies.
The main aim of the school transformation is to implement “cloudy” technologies in all aspects of the school community, in learning, teaching, managing and leading.
The Cloud-based project was finished in May 2015 and made accessible for public after then. It was created by 65 scientists from the Faculty Earth Sciences of Nicolaus Copernicus University, and the computer part was done by 3D Design Team company from Toruń.
This app has been produced by the Special Education Needs department of a school. The main aim is to promote the learning of Portuguese sign language by students and teachers, not only from the school but also from the wider school community.
Adservio is a digital platform dedicated to integrate all education stakeholders parties into a one-stop shop Cloud solution, capable of organizing and centralizing all school information, turning them into easy-to-use assets for parents, teachers, departments of education and governmental bodies.
This initiative is for the education and counselling for university teachers regarding the management of resources and the access to documents on a virtual platform, while understanding and respecting copyright.
The Cloud-based tool ArcGIS Online is being used by as part of an active-based methodology for teachers who are studying for the Secondary School teaching Masters level degree.
RACMA is an app designed and developed for use in the American Museum of Spain by two students of Faculty of Computing, Universidad Complutense. The app provides information on the different cultural areas set out in museum.