The seminar on “Copyright in Education and Research” took place on December, Monday 14th, 2015 at USI Lugano.
About 30 participants attended the seminar, mainly from USI and SUPSI, but also from other educational institutions of Ticino.
On June 11th, 2015, from 10h00 to 11h00, Jingjing Lin will hold an online seminar on “MOOC Platform Panorama“.
Jingjing Lin will present the process followed to select the platform to host the first two pilot MOOCs of USI (more info at the project page). In her study, 18 different MOOC providers have been identified and analyzed according to┬á4 categories of attributes: general info, courses, technology and partnership.
Registration is open until May 29, at this page:
A webinar on LEGO SERIOUS PLAY has been held on August, 28th, 2014 by Elisabetta Frick and Lorenzo Cantoni. During the webinar, an introduction to the LSP methodology has been provided, and its basic assumptions, theoretical foundations, core process and application techniques have been presented.
Furthermore, the two specific LSP applications developed at USI have been presented: URL (User Requirements with Lego) and LLED (LEGO Learning Design Experience).
The videorecording of the webinar is available on the eduhub website, at this URL: https://tube.switch.ch/videos/bd868dcb
The fourth meeting of the S-Play project team took place on July 21-22, 2014, in Riga (Latvia). During the meeting, the partners presented the results of their pilot workshops (as for USI, look at: S-Play workshop with hotel managers of Futour.net) and planned the very last phase of the project.
In the following days, July 22 to 25, the S-Play team attended the KIE conference 2014 (International Conference on Knowledge, Innovation & Enterprise) presenting two papers on the Lego Serious Play methodology:
- Sean McCusker, LEGO, seriously: Thinking through building. Click here to download the publication (in Research papers on Knowledge, Innovation and Enterprise, chapter 7, pp. 79-93);
- Elisabetta Frick, Stefano Tardini & Lorenzo Cantoni, Lego Serious Play applications to enhance creativity in participatory design. Click here to download the publication (in Creativity In Business, chapter 15, pp. 200-210).
You can find some pictures of the project meeting, the conference, and the beautiful city of Riga, at the S-Play project’s page on Facebook!
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