LdShake is a Web tool that enables the co-edition and social network-oriented sharing of learning designs created using a general rich text editor. Use cases for LdShake include joint design and sharing of learning designs in projects or communities across institutions, co-design by teams of teachers in charge of teaching the same course with different groups of students or co-creation of designs that require the integration of knowledge and skills developed by students in previous subjects with different teachers.
Yesterday there was a TEDx event around Education in Barcelona (#TEDxBarcelonaED).
The participation was outstanding, with 300 participating physically in the auditorium of Torre Telefónica and over 2000 people following via streaming. The talks were very varied: from values, to...Read More »
The GTI is organizing, as part of its activities in the METIS project and in collaboration with Cibernàrium - Barcelona Activa, an Open Event that...Read More »
Davinia Hernández-Leo, coordinator of the Learning Technologies research line within the GTI, attended the 9th European Conference on Technology-Enhanced Learning, Graz, Austria this week. She has participated in the workshop Read More »
Jonathan Chacón-Pérez, a PhD student of GTI took part in 14th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (http://conferences.computer.org/icalt/2014/ ) which was held in Athens, Greece from 7th – 10th of July, 2014. Jonathan...Read More »
On Monday, May 6th, Davinia Hernández-Leo gave an invited talk and a workshop at the IV conference of the TELGalicia network. The talk and workshop (
Open release of LdShake 1.0, a social platform for teacher communities
The GTI is proud to announce the publication of the open release of LdShake v1.0, which is now available for download. The code is also available at GitHub, where updates can be followed, is open...Read More »
IJIE: Integrated Journalism in Europe
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 European project intends to share, adapt and export the teaching innovation project “Integrated...Read More »
The Final Degree Project (PFC) of Alejandro García Núñez, carried out in 2010 within the GTI, has received a Special Mention in the MadridOnRails-eMadrid 2011 Awards. The project was co-directed by Davinia Hernández-Leo and Jonathan Chacón, with...Read More »