Umfst Learning Agreement

Entropy Knowledge Network works on management training, organizational development and new technologies applied to learning (Technology Enhanced Learning). Since 2006, Entropy KN has been working with leading public and private organizations to assist them in individual-focused educational projects to achieve business growth and well-being. Through international research projects and partnerships, Entropy KN is implementing new technology-based learning programs. This research translates into innovative learning methods and solutions (Serious Games, Augmented Reality, Educational Robotics) that help generate added value for our customers. Entropy helps companies activate creative potentials that, in an age of complexity, are critical to personal and organizational effectiveness. In ELSE, Entropy KN is responsible for self-training and up-dating technology-learning partnerships; Creating virtual simulation environments (Serious Game Editor) in which skills learning can be developed at university (IO3), including their dissemination and sustainability. blog.umfst.ro/comunicat-privitor-la-inceperea-anul…/ Tuscia University is a state university based in Viterbo (IT) with a good scientific ranking. She participates in ELSE as general coordinator with the Department of Mind studies and communication (DISUCOM). The practice of teaching in this department is characterized by a cross-cutting and humanistic approach and by a common theoretical and relational terrain, which is relevant to university students of different ages. The third mission of LAUCOM and its professors has for years been in initial and professional training in the humanities. Specific support for new teaching methods has led to the introduction of IKTs as an opportunity to reach out to students and motivate them in their learning process. The implementation of a customized Moodle platform, soon to be extended to the entire university, was a fundamental turning point that allowed massive testing, the creation of digital teaching materials and the introduction of dazzling forms of learning.