About the webinar
This last session of the EMMA webinar series will provide you with an overview of our experiences developing and running the EMMA platform from the perspective of accommodating cultural and pedagogical diversity as well as the lessons learned during this adventure. The second part of the webinar will be dedicated to presenting some of our plans and collaborations for the near future, 1) describing how EMMA intends to respond to the challenge of launching itself on the market and achieving sustainability, and 2) presenting the EMMA business plan and future governance. This webinar intends to be also a call to action to come on board, don’t miss this opportunity!
Carmen Padrón-Nápoles, ATOS, Spain
She holds a degree in Computer Engineering from Superior Polytechnic Institute José A. Echeverría, Havana, Cuba and a Ph. D. in Computer Science from the University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain. Currently she works in ATOS Research and Innovation as Head of the User Experience Research Line and Project Manager in Technology Enhanced Learning Area of the Public Sector.
Currently she is coordinating the H2O20 project MaTHiSiS. She was member of the Networks of Excellence STELLAR and GaLA and is involved in the INTELLEO, HOTEL, VERITAS, DRIVER, EMMA, NEWTON projects funded by EC under FP7, CIP and H2020 frameworks.
Before joining ATOS she worked as lecturer and researcher in the Computer Science Department at University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain from 2003 until 2009. In previous years, she worked as Software developer, Web designer and System administrator in ePortas GmBh; Düsseldorf, Germany and in the Centre of Informatics and Culture Applied Systems, Ministry of Culture, Havana City, Cuba.
She has more than 15 years of research and development experience related to technological support for education and learning; Web-based systems, Multimedia, IMS Learning Design, Instructional Design, Computer-supported Collaborative work, CSCL, Game-based learning, Usability, User Experience design, Formal models for knowledge representation and Emerging technologies deployment impact on learning practices.
Rosanna De Rosa, University of Naples “Federico II”, Italy
Rosanna de Rosa is assistant professor at the University of Naples “Federico II” (Italy) where she teaches Political Communication. Her publications are mainly aimed at analyzing the impact of new technologies on politics, with a focus on e-government, e-democracy and the emerging of a public sphere in Internet.
She has been a Research Associate in a joint international project on political concepts and theory, directed by Mauro Calise and Theodore J. Lowi.
She is Assistant Editor of Ipsaportal.net, an official publication of the International Political Science Association. More recently she has been appointed Executive Director of an innovative e-learning project at the University of Naples.
Sally Reynolds, ATiT, Belgium
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