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Has research on collaborative learning technologies addressed massiveness?

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The paper, “Has research on collaborative learning technologies addressed massiveness? : A Literature Review” by Kalpani Manathunga and Davinia Hernandez-Leo has been published in the Journal of Educational technology & Society (Q2, 5 year IF = 1.376). This journal article is a part from initial work of Kalpani’s PhD dissertation and this survey looks into […]


Workshop on the design of educational mini-games at the Mobile World Centre

With the support of XTEC and the Mobile World Centre, Javier Melero and Davinia Hernández-Leo from the GTI run yesterday (June 26th, 2013) a workshop focused on the design of educational mini-games. 28 teachers (mostly from secondary education) participated in  the workshop, whose objective was to analyse, apply and experiment the key elements to consider […]


QuesTInSitu: The Game

“EL JOC DE LES TORRES: Discovering L’Hospitalet using your Smartphone” In the frame of its Technology-Enhanced Learning research line, the GTI (Interactive Technologies Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra – Barcelona) has developed an educational game for smartphones to discover the historical heritage of L’Hospitalet in situ. The game has been designed by a team of 7 […]


EEE: Educational Reflected Spaces

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Recent technological advances open broad opportunities to link these spaces, thus enabling the realization of an “extended ubiquitous learning”settings that incorporate and coordinate objects and activities from the mall. Examples are: the use of augmented reality, that super imposes a digital layer on top of the physical space, providing extra information or linking objects; the […]


GTI, SOS and QuesTInSitu participation at the European Conference on Technology-Enhanced Learning 2012

GTI, SOS and QuesTInSitu participation at the European Conference on Technology-Enhanced Learning 2012


SOS: Orchestrating Collaborative Activities Across Digital and Physical Spaces Using Wearable Signaling Devices

Hernández-Leo, D.; Nieves, R.; Arroyo, E.; Rosales, A.; Melero, J.; Blat, J.: SOS: Orchestrating Collaborative Activities Across Digital and Physical Spaces Using Wearable Signaling Devices. Journal of Universal Computer Science 18(15), 2012, 2165-2186


EEE Project Meeting

GTI organized and participated in the EEE project meeting


Orchestration Signals in the Classroom: Managing the Jigsaw Collaborative Learning Flow

Davinia Hernández-Leo, Raul Nieves, Ernesto Arroyo, Andrea Rosales, Javier Melero, Josep Blat, Pau Moreno, 2011. Orchestration Signals in the Classroom: Managing the Jigsaw Collaborative Learning Flow. In Proceedings of 6th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, EC-TEL 2011, Palermo, Italy, September 2011, pp. 153-165