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SLERD2019, Rome Italy May 2019

SLERD2019, the 4th International conference on Smart Learning Ecosystems and Regional Development, brings together researchers and practicioners interested in understanding how learning ecosystems can become  incubators of social innovation and engines of sustainable regional development. The conference is now  calling for special events to be held the day before the conference. Special events might include Read more about SLERD2019, Rome Italy May 2019[…]

Designing games for privacy

  Congratulation to Dag, Erlend, and Torjus! Their work during specialisation and master projects has been summarised into an article that has been accepted for publication at 21th International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning. The paper will appear in the proceedings of the conference by Springer. Well done 🙂 ABSTRACT Supporting the co-design of games for Read more about Designing games for privacy[…]

ANYBOARD goes to school

Learning Internet of Things (IoT) by designing interactive board games? ANYBOARD, a platform for the design of interactive board games has been recently used to create engaging and fun learning experiences. By joining forces with the UMI-Sci-Ed project, ANYBOARD researchers have been able to integrate the research platform into an educational scenario, defining  relevant learning objectives, related activities, and supporting Read more about ANYBOARD goes to school[…]

We are hiring

We are looking for a PhD to work on games to promote privacy awareness! This is a newly funded NFR project with an excellent consortium. Join us 🙂 The fellowship is connected to the IKTPLUSS project ALerT, Awareness Learning Tools for Data Sharing Everywhere. The project aims to develop tools for evoking awareness about personal Read more about We are hiring[…]

Special issue on smart cities

  The special issue of IxD&A on “Citizen, Territory and Technologies: Smart Learning Contexts and Practices”, edited by Monica Divitini, Óscar Mealha, University of Aveiro, Portugal, and Matthias Rehm, Aalborg University, Denmark, is finally out. Congratulations to Francesco Gianni with the publication of his paper describing the extension of the TILES toolkit for supporting the design of smart Read more about Special issue on smart cities[…]