Portfolio Category: e-Learning

Clicker

Clicker is a simpler web-based question answering system. In its core is a virtual room, where a lecturer their students meet. It is useful for teachers of primary and secondary schools, university lecturers, conferences, seminars etc. Questions can be answered over mobile phones or tablets, students can also pose questions during lectures, including SMS messages.…
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Having Fun with Music Theory

  We are aiming to develop a game-based approach to learning the concepts of music theory. As music theory has always been a daunting topic for children to learn, our aim is to make it more accessible via a series of games explaining its basic concepts. Developed in collaboration with Department of Musicology, Faculty of…
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PerceiveConceive

The project involves the development of a web-mobile solution, which will be appropriated for the learning process of the blind and visually impaired, while remaining useful to the wider audience, for example pre-school children, elementary school students and people, who lost vision later in life. The project is composed of two parts: The first is…
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eExperiments

The goal of the project eExperiments is to build a web-based tool for creating experiments in primary and secondary schools within technical and natural science subjects. Experiments are based on a flexible measurement system Red Pitaya, which can be connected to a variety of sensors and actuators, thus offering its users an efficient R&D platform…
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