MIOCTI: Classroom orchestration and paper interfaces

Photos of some of MIOCTI's prototypes 

 

Learning technologies are still underused in our classrooms, mostly because many of these research-driven, lab-tested proposals are not easy to scale and integrate (or, as some researchers put it, ‘orchestrate’) in everyday classroom conditions. 

The MIOCTI project investigates new ways of modelling this orchestration of learning technologies in the classroom, feeding bakcand proposing prototypes/solutions to enhance such orchestration, using paper and tangible user interfaces.
 
Some of the efforts in the MIOCTI project include:
 
 
MIOCTI is also organizing and participating in several dissemination events

 

For further information about MIOCTI, please contact Luis P. Prieto.

 

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The MIOCTI project was supported by a Marie Curie Fellowship within the 7th European Community Framework Programme (FP7-PEOPLE-2012-IEF project no. 327384).
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