Yesterday there was a TEDx event around Education in Barcelona (#TEDxBarcelonaED). The participation was outstanding, with 300 participating physically in the auditorium of Torre TelefÃ³nica and over 2000 people following via streaming. The talks were very varied: from values, to technology, to life experiences. A selection of the public also presented their education-related initiatives. Davinia […]
The GTI is organizing, as part of its activities in theÂ METISÂ project and in collaboration withÂ CibernÃ riumÂ - Barcelona Activa, an Open Event that will take place in Barcelona next December (11th and 12th), with the theme “Design for Learning: new tools for educators”. The event is addressed to teachers from any educational sector (with priority for Higher […]
Davinia HernÃ¡ndez-Leo, coordinator of the Learning Technologies research line within the GTI, attended the 9thÂ European Conference on Technology-Enhanced Learning, Graz, Austria this week. She has participated in the workshop âCan MOOCs save Europeâs unemployed youth?â, in which she was in charge together with Carlos Delgado Kloos,Â of a talk devoted to “respondingâ to the papersÂ presented along […]
Jonathan ChacÃ³n-PÃ©rez, a PhD student of GTI took part in 14th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (http://conferences.computer.org/icalt/2014/Â ) which was held in Athens, Greece from 7th â 10th of July, 2014. Jonathan presented an architecture for supporting the managing and re-use of learning design patterns, which was the result of a collaborative work with […]
On Monday, May 6th, Davinia HernÃ¡ndez-Leo gave an invited talk and a workshop at the IV conference of the TELGalicia network. The talk and workshop (link to the slides, in Spanish) were mainly focused on LdShake, a social network platform where teachers can co-edit and share learning designs. In her talk, Davinia also explained the […]
LdShake 1.0 is a social platform for teacher communities. A web2.0 tool for the social sharing and co-editing of learning design solutions.
The project aims to innovate in media teaching through cooperation between European universities and companies. The core of the project is based on the partnership of educators and media professionals in the lecturing.
The Final Degree Project (PFC) of Alejandro GarcÃa NÃºÃ±ez, carried out in 2010 within the GTI, has received a Special Mention in the MadridOnRails-eMadrid 2011 Awards.