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ARISTOTELE

Project reference: 257886
Funded under: FP7-ICT

Personalised Learning & Collaborative Working Environments Fostering Social Creativity and Innovations Inside the Organisations [Print to PDF] [Print to RTF]

From 2010-07-01 to 2013-12-31

Project details

Total cost:

EUR 6 358 202

EU contribution:

EUR 4 549 600

Coordinated in:

Italy

Call for proposal:

FP7-ICT-2009-5

Funding scheme:

CP - Collaborative project (generic)

ARISTOTELE aims at relating the learning process to the organizational one as well as to the innovation process management.

ARISTOTELE aims at relating the learning process to the organizational one as well as to the innovation process management. ARISTOTELE will enhance learning and training of workers within their organisations defining and developing models, methodologies, technologies and tools to support the emergence of competences and creativity by self-organizing acquisition, processing and sharing of new information and knowledge with peers.

To achieve this ARISTOTELE is developing a prototype platform presenting, as key differentiators, capabilities to support:
i) creation and execution of personalised learning activities supporting an hybrid (adaptive and non-adaptive) strategy
ii) innovation building and management processes and
iii) collaborative knowledge exploitation and acquisition during the daily worker activities.

Human factors such as motivation to collaborate and share knowledge and innovative ideas within organisations are considered and addressed in the designing and developing of the ARISTOTELE platform, including adoption inside organisations.

The core of the solution starts from an already existing platform for the on-demand creation of personalised and adaptive Learning Experiences, based on suitable domains, learner models and didactical strategies, that will be extended in terms of models, methodology and functionalities towards the organisation, together with the integration, cooperation and covering of other related organisational issues like Knowledge Management, Human Resource Management and innovation management. Several challenging and interdisciplinary research themes are concerned with the project such as didactic modelling, collaborative innovation and working environments, knowledge management and discovery, collective intelligence, adaptive and non adaptive learning strategies.

Objective

ARISTOTELE will enhance learning and training of the workers within their organisations defining and developing models, methodologies, technologies and tools to support the emergence of competences and creativity by self-organizing acquisition, processing and sharing of new information and knowledge with peers.To achieve this ARISTOTELE will design and develop a prototype platform presenting, as key differentiators, capabilities to support: i) creation and execution of personalised learning activities supporting an hybrid (adaptive and non-adaptive) strategy, ii) innovation building and management processes and iii) collaborative knowledge exploitation and acquisition during the daily worker activities. Human factors such as motivation to collaborate and share knowledge and innovative ideas within organisations will be considered and addressed in the designing and developing of the ARISTOTELE platform, including adoption inside organisations.The core of the solution starts from an already existing platform for the on-demand creation of personalised and adaptive Learning Experiences, based on suitable domains, learner models and didactical strategies, that will be extended in terms of models, methodology and functionalities towards the organisation, together with the integration, cooperation and covering of other related organisational issues like Knowledge Management, Human Resource Management and innovation management.Several challenging and interdisciplinary research themes are concerned with the project such as didactic modelling, collaborative innovation and working environments, knowledge management and discovery, collective intelligence, adaptive and non adaptive learning strategies.The project enables substantial improvements with respect to the state-of-the-art in the specific areas mentioned before, taking into account the results in the area of adaptive learning, organisational learning considering also the main EC projects on TEL approved.

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Coordinator

CENTRO DI RICERCA IN MATEMATICA PURA ED APPLICATA - CONSORZIO
Italy
VIA PONTE DON MELILLO 1
FISCIANO (SALERNO), Italy
Administrative contact: Saverio Salerno
Tel.: +39 089 964189
Fax: +39 089 964191
E-mail

Participants

UNIVERSITAET INNSBRUCK
Austria
INNRAIN
INNSBRUCK, Austria
Administrative contact: Ronald Kurt Maier
Tel.: +43 512 507 38000
Fax: +43 512 507 38099
E-mail
UNIVERSITAET DUISBURG-ESSEN
Germany
UNIVERSITAETSSTRASSE
ESSEN, Germany
Administrative contact: Kirsten Gercek
Tel.: +492011832104
Fax: +492011833265
E-mail
MOMA SPA
Italy
VIA ALDO MORO
BARONISSI, Italy
Administrative contact: Luca ROMANELLI
Tel.: +39 089 954135
Fax: +39 089951299
E-mail
UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI MILANO
Italy
Via Festa Del Perdono
MILANO, Italy
Administrative contact: Stefano Giudici
Tel.: +390373898200
Fax: +390373898010
E-mail
PUBLICIS HEALTHCARE COMMUNICATIONS GROUP SRL
Italy
ANTONIO AMATO
SALERNO, Italy
Administrative contact: Fulvio Fortini
Tel.: +39 089 3061430
Fax: +39 089 3061415
E-mail
ENGINEERING - INGEGNERIA INFORMATICA SPA
Italy
Via San Martino Della Battaglia
ROMA, Italy
Administrative contact: Andrea Manieri
Tel.: +39 06 83074047
Fax: +39 06 83074200
E-mail
AMIS DRUZBA ZA TELEKOMUNIKACIJE D.O.O.
Slovenia
TRZASKA CESTA
Maribor, Slovenia
Administrative contact: Janez Hrastnik
Tel.: +386 2 6206320
Fax: +386 2 6206325
E-mail
Record Number: 95597 / Last updated on: 2014-10-29