Wednesday, July 2, 2008

ED-MEDIA 2008 act II

Vienna, July 2.

Dimitris Alimisis presented the TERECoP Project - an EU project on using LEGO Mindstorms as a teaching tool. They are developing a series of modules for teachers, so that they learn how to use robots to teach students various things (like e.g. principles of programming). A web site of their is Among the project's partners also some Italians: the Museo civico di Rovereto and University of Padova.

I could not choose many other talks to listen because I had 2 presentations:
  • Requirements for videolectures: which system is the best for you?
  • A Web 2.0 Enabled Digital Library

Tuesday, July 1, 2008


Some notes from EDMEDIA

Here we are, in Vienna.
Today one interesting talk:
Stéphane Jacquemart of the Palette project presented some ingredients useful for Personal Learning Environments. Among them:
Open Identificaton:
Quotability, reusability of content:
Presence information
  • XMPP (jabber)
He also quoted