Lesson about legal issues in DiDIY by Elena Falletti, at the Greenwich University of London, in the context of the Erasmus teaching mobility programme
Luca Mari, coordinator of DiDIY project, explains the "Strumenti digitali e creatività" to people attending the conference "Upgrade It! La Tecnologia per rinnovare la Scuola e creare nuove opportunità".
H. 09.30 -13.00
Sala Tramogge – Molini Marzoli Massari
Viale Cadorna, Busto Arsizio – VA
For info and registration: http://www.istitutobertacchi.gov.it/upgrade-it/
IDEActivity Center of the Design dept. at Politecnico di Milano opens the call for participation at‘Digital DIY inspiring future’, a full-day workshop as part of the Digital DIY* project activities.
(an interesting update from a project we met at the beginning of our research, from coordinator Prof. Tomasi)
This deliverable provides a stepping stone between the work done in WP 4 and WP 7. While WP 4 is looking at how DiDIY is reshaping education and research, WP 7 deals with developing so-called integrative simulation models. Such models try to “integrate” a wide range of data in order to arrive at a detailed formal description of a particular topic or research question.
(this is a guest post by the Arrhenius team, whom we met at the Rome Maker Faire 2016)
Arrhenius Wear is a neoprene hot body wrap, which includes a Nichel-Chromium band that can heat up thanks to a simple set of three 3,7 V and 2500 mAh batteries set in a special case.
(LIUC student Lorenzo Di Fulvio decided to focus his master's research on the themes of DiDIY and Education. This guest post by Lorenzo is a presentation of his thesis "Education in the DiDIY Era: Implications and Opportunities")