We embrace the 7 principles of Universal Design and help educators develop inclusive content through tools which guide them for the development of content based on different learning difficulties to be addressed.
At the delivery end, our tools deliver the learning objects to the learners by “integrating” preferences or constraints as they are captured in the learner’s profiles and presenting the final content in a coherent manner.
The actual delivery system (“Learning Object Sequencer”) is developed using open-source standards and based on the shared-control theory.
Unified Approach to Learning Difficulties – eHoop: The project provided an environment for the creation of training content capable of addressing different learning difficulties (ADHD, audio/visual impairment, dyslexia, etc.) at the same time. Content developers use specialized templates and tools for developing their content for the learning difficulties they want to address. On the delivery side, the tool has an automated assessment which recognizes the difficulties of the learners and delivers the content accordingly.
Say NO to bullying: The project aims to reduce the prevalence of bullying among young NEETs (Not in Education, Employment or in Training). Within this context, we will deliver a toolbox for adult educators, trainers and social workers in order to enable them to reshape the behavioural patterns of bullies, while activating passive witnesses. The toolbox consists of a Learning Motivation Environment (LME) customed to the project target group’s background and needs, offering personalised training pathways based on different behavioural aspects. In addition, a Serious Game will be developed promoting real-life scenarios that aim to help young individuals find their way in the digital world, educate them on how to keep their data safe, protect themselves against bullies and find ways to seek help.
i-Welcome - Reinforcing migrant women's integration in society and the labour market: i-Welcome aims to reinforce the integration of TCN women in the society and the labour market of their country, via Up-Skilling trainings and Job Shadowing Schemes. Towards that purpose, the project will develop a blended-up skilling pathways programme tailored to the needs of TCN women and facilitated by a multi-purpose open and interactive portal. The cloud-based portal will be a Learning Management System with several sections that aim to support skills and knowledge acquisition and to play a key role in the development of stakeholders' synergies.