Learning and Education
Observing the current situation of formal and informal educational systems across Europe, it emerges that societies have been working to fill the between traditional school education and emerging societal needs by adopting novel, and potentially revolutionizing, solutions. In recent years, a “holistic” approach to education has been gaining momentum.
(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")
Vittorio Satta holds a Bachelor Degree in Electronics Engineering at the University of Cagliari (Italy) and a Master Degree in Management Engineering at the University Carlo Cattaneo - LIUC of Castellanza, Varese (Italy). He's in charge of the Learning and Education Activities for the MakerBot Innovation Center, placed in SmartUp - LIUC.