(Original news and pictures at the web of the research group on educational technologies)
Laia Albó and Davinia Hernández-Leo (TIDE, UPF) attended this week the 13th European Conference on Technology-Enhanced Learning, where they presented a short and a demo paper. Both papers related to the edCrumble design tool for blended learning. The demo won the Best Demo Award!
They also participated in a workshop focused on co-creation, where Laia presented the process followed in the design of edCrumble.
Moreover, Davinia, as VicePresident elected of the Europen Association for Technology-Enhanced Learning (EATEL), co-organized the EATEL General Assembly and a EATEL workshop on Open Science in TEL. In the workshop she presented "Open Science strategies in TEL labs: the case of the TIDE_UPF research group". Davinia also chaired the session on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning.