ENTER – EngineeriNg educaTors pEdagogical tRaining
LabsLand support for schools and universities affected by COVID-19
ENTER is a project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and aims at creating a novel multicultural and international approach for formal post-graduate professional and pedagogical education for engineering educators. Furthermore, it is focused on low cost and convenience, thus strongly based on e-learning technologies, whenever feasible, and designed to be internationally […]
With e-Engineering business as usual
The e-LIVES partner LabsLand is providing free remote access to real science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) laboratories for schools (typically High School and a few for Middle School), colleges, and universities affected by COVID-19. Most of the labs for electronics and physics experiments are based on Arduino, while more complex subjects, like robotics, for […]
e-Engineering Conference postponed
The current situation of a pandemic affecting the entire planet has shown the virtualities of distance learning. With the confinement decreed in most countries of the world, distance education and work were intended to be the norm. Unlike the face-to-face courses affected by this situation and where attempts were made to make a rapid transition […]
e-LIVES at the 1st LabsLand Community Event
Due to the current uncertainty related to the COVID-19 crises, we decided to postpone the International e-Engineering Education Services Conference (e-Engineering’2020). We will announce the new dates as soon as the current situation stabilizes. Thank you for your understanding.
e-Engineering’2020 submission deadline extended
The e-LIVES project was presented during the 1st LabsLand Community Event, part of the 17th International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation – REV2020, that is taking place at the University of Georgia, in Athens, GA, USA. Manuel Gericota explained to the participants the idea, objectives, and plan behind the e-LIVES project.
The e-LIVES project featured in the last ICDE newsletter
The deadline for paper submissions to the e-ENGINEERING’2020 conference was extended until the 26th of January. The INTERNATIONAL e-ENGINEERING EDUCATION SERVICES CONFERENCE (e-ENGINEERING’2020) is the world’s premier forum dedicated to presenting and discussing e-Engineering courses implementation. The goal is to exchange ideas and best practices in all aspects related to the set up of e-Engineering […]
e-LIVES website reaches 25000 visitors
The e-LIVES project was featured in the last International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) newsletter. ICDE is a global membership organization that works towards bringing accessible, quality education to all through online, open and distance learning. The ICDE community works on research and innovation initiatives to strengthen the quality and deliverability of accessible […]
4th e-LIVES Newsletter
With the e-LIVES website reaching 25000 visitors and the e-Engineering’2020 website surpassing the 10000 visitors, we may worthily say that these projects are indeed a success story.
2nd day of the 2nd General Assembly of the e-LIVES project
The 4th e-LIVES Newsletter is being distributed. Pay attention to your email box or read it here. Good reads!
2nd day of the 2nd General Assembly of the e-LIVES project. Very interesting discussions are taking place around the development of the High-Quality Reference Remote Practical Work (HQRRPW) that will serve as an example of the use of the remote laboratory that is being implemented by LabsLand.