Thirteen field-experts have discussed about the application of the user-centricity in the definition of new services for educational and inclusion domains tailoring them in a wide European approach. …
Thirteen field-experts have discussed about the application of the user-centricity in the definition of new services for educational and inclusion domains tailoring them in a wide European approach. Twelve initiatives, including NET-EUCEN and OpenDiscoverySpace.eu, have been analysed in the two domains, raising a very interesting discussions about the visions in business, technology, citizens’ engagement, education and policy. The user-centricity indicators have been discussed both from their application to the best practice sample of NET-EUCEN and the potential application in the eleven external cases of the day. The attending people provided, in a double-fold process, feedback about the usability of technologies, methodologies, discussed scenarios and indicators.
Mr. Daniel Van Lerberghe, Fondation EurActiv PoliTech and ODS Partner, discussed about “a socially-powered and multilingual open learning infrastructure to boost the adoption of eLearning resources” (ref. slides 111-120).
This project is currently playing a key role in supporting the take-up and use of digital educational resources in schools and revolutionises communities of practice in eLearning, thus directly referring to the action # 68 of the Digital Agenda.
The user-centricity is focused on the social-empowered multilingual portal, facilitating the discovery, enable to use and provide monitored-for-impact use of digital materials.