On 26th and 27th of January, the partners of the European project Demonstration of a scalable and cost effective cloud-based digital learning infrastructure through the Certification of digital competences in primary and secondary schools (CRISS) will meet in Athens to celebrate the kick-off meeting of the project, which will end on December 31, 2019.
The project is coordinated by the British organization EXUS Software LTD and involves 15 different partners from 9 countries, including the Edul@b research group of the UOC. The meeting will be attended by 40 researchers, and of Edul@b group will attend the meeting the teachers and researchers: Lourdes Guàrdia, Teresa Romeu, Marcelo Maina and Montse Guitert.
CRISS aims to provide an innovation infrastructure for personalized learning and teaching of digital competences to support and motivate teachers and students; work towards the implementation of digital competences acquisition, evaluation and certification in European primary and secondary schools; and provide open, interoperable components for a flexible, scalable and cost-effective cloud-based digital learning infrastructure.
In the pilots of the project will participate more than 490 schools including 25.400 students and 2.290 teachers.