Posts tagged “Technology Enhanced Learning

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 […]


RESET Project kick-off Meeting: A collaboration among UC3M, UVA and UPF

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RESET, a Spanish National project aimed to reformulate scalable educational ecosystems offering technological innovations, is a collaboration among three universities; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Universidad de Valladolid and Universitat Pompeu Fabra spanning from 2015 to 2017. The project kick-off meeting, organized by a member of UPF – GTI, Davinia Hernandez-Leo, was successfully held on […]


From a Pattern Language to a Pattern Ontology Approach for CSCL Script Desig

Jonathan Chacón, Davinia Hernandez-Leo, Josep Blat: From a Pattern Language to a Pattern Ontology. Approach for CSCL Script Design. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications. Santander, España, p. 543.


James D. Foley visits the GTI

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On Tuesday the 28th of June, the GTI were honoured to receive a visit from Professor Jim Foley, currently professor of Georgia Tech and Vice President of SIGGRAPH. This was a particularly special event for the Graphics research sub-group of the GTI, as Jim quite literally “wrote the book” (in fact, several books) on computer […]


Discovering the campus together: A mobile and computer-based learning experience

Pérez-Sanagustín, M.; Ramírez-González, G.; Hernández-Leo, D.; Muñoz-Organiero, M.; Santos, P.; Blat, J.; Delgado-Kloos, C. Discovering the campus together: a mobile and computer-based learning experience, Journal of Network and Computer Applications


Assessing the Learning Path Specification: a Pragmatic Quality Approach

Janssen, J., Berlanga, A., Martens, H., Vogten, H., Herder, E., Hermans, H., Melero, J., Schaeps, L., & Koper, R. (2010). “Assessing the Learning Path Specification: a Pragmatic Quality Approach”. Journal of Universal Computer Science, 16(21), 3191-3209.


Towards the Support of Scaffolding in Customizable Puzzle-based Learning Games

Melero, J., Hernández-Leo, D., & Blat, J. (2011). “Towards the Support of Scaffolding in Customizable Puzzle-based Learning Games”. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Computational Science and its Applications (ICCSA). Santander, Spain. (accepted)


Assessment in 3D Virtual Worlds: QTI in Wonderland

Morillo, D., Santos, P., Perez, D., Ibáñez, M.B., Delgado, C. and Hernández-Leo, D. (2010). Assessment in 3D Virtual Worlds: QTI in Wonderland. Congreso iberoamericano de informática educativa 2010. December, 1-3, 2010, Santiago de Chile, Chile.


Wiki-Test case study: the potential of wikis for assessing the collaborative answering of tests.

Santos, P., Sabates, M., Hernández-Leo, D., & Blat, J. (2010). Wiki-Test case study: the potential of wikis for assessing the collaborative answering of tests. Computer Assisted Assessment Conference 2010, 1-9, 2010, Southampton, UK.


QTIMaps: A model to enable web maps in assessment

Navarrete, T., Santos, P., Hernández-Leo, D., & Blat, J. (Accepted) QTIMaps: A model to enable web-maps in assessment, Educational Technology & Society Journal.