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Innovative collaborative learning with ICT-MOOC



The educational technologies group of GTI is running a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) in collaboration with the Universidad de Valladolid within the context of the RESET project. The MOOC called “Innovative collaborative learning with ICT” has started the enrolment period in the Canvas platform The course is especially aimed at Secondary and Higher Education teachers ( both in-service and pre-service) but also teachers from other educational levels interested in the innovative use of technology for collaborative learning.


Workshop for teachers in Greek conference



Members of the educational technologies group of GTI organized a 4-hours workshop in the 5th Panhellenic Scientific Conference “Integration and use of ICT in the educational process”. Kostas Michos from GTI-Learning in collaboration with Yannis Dimitriadis from the Universidad de Valladolid conducted the workshop entitled ”Design and implementation of innovative collaborative learning with the Integrated Learning Design Environment-ILDE“. 40 teachers and educational researchers from different domains participated with great enthusiasm and interest.


Techcrunch highlights GTI’s artice at Eurographics 2017

circleTechcrunch highlighted five articles presented at Eurographics 2017. Among these, we can find GTI’s article “Gradient-based steering for vision-based crowd simulation algorithms”, which is referred to as a “super cool (…) crowd simulator”. More details in the link below.

Stian HÃ¥klev, EPFL, Lausanne visited GTI

Stian Håklev Post-Doc from Computer-Human Interaction Lab for Learning & Instruction at  École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland visited GTI Group during 03rd  and 04th of April 2017. During his visit he also participated in the weekly meeting of the educational technologies group where he explained his PhD work titled: From Seminar to Lecture to MOOC: Scripting and Orchestration at Scale which mainly focused on enabling collaborative peer-based learning around Open Educational Resources. He also explained ongoing related Post Doc work where he focuses on developing orchestration graphs: enabling rich social pedagogical scenarios in MOOC. Several outcomes of his current work was also explained, including work related to the development of a web application named FROG which supports for designing, running and orchestrating collaborative pedagogical scenarios.

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Members of the educational technologies group also shared their PhD and Master Thesis work with him that led to interesting discussions which ended up in identifying potential future collaborations.


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GTI – Article Accepted at Eurographics 2017


GTI has an article accepted for presentation at Eurographics 2017 and publication in a special issue of the Computer Graphics Forum journal. This work, entitled “Gradient-based steering for vision-based crowd simulation algorithms”, results from a collaboration of Ricardo Marques from GTI with co-authors from INRIA Rennes Bretagne-Atlântique (France), and Universidade Federal do Ceará (Brazil).