Spotlight on our partner collaborations This term we have focused on working closely with our partner schools to ensure our reader and game apps are both easy and fun to use. We have also been building collaborations with children's authors and publishers who have agreed to contribute some fantastic work to our reader digital library for use during … Continue reading iRead Newsletter – Issue 4
By Yvonne Vezzoli (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice) During the past 4 months, Yvonne Vezzoli from CISRE Lab, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice has been working as part of the iRead team at UCL on a project on learning analytics in the context of the iRead game (Navigo). When children play with Navigo they generate … Continue reading UCL run teacher workshops to design learning analytic tools
iRead Apps are taking shape... The past few months have been very busy for our technical partners who are responsible for building the iRead apps as well as the infrastructure which will support them. The pedagogical partners have also been working hard on the learning designs for the apps which set out how the various … Continue reading iRead Newsletter – Issue 3
The iRead Project has been featured as part of the FutureBook blog on The Bookseller website. The post details the background to the project, our ambitions, successes to date and advice for others in the industry. You can read the full post here: https://www.thebookseller.com/futurebook/iread-recruits-super-team-european-experts-resdesign-how-kids-read-742886
We are fortunate to have a wide range of expertise and experience on the iRead project team. In a series of blog posts we will introduce each of our partners and find out what motivated them to get involved in the iRead project. Next up is the UCL Knowledge Lab (introduced by research associate Dr … Continue reading iRead and Digital Education Technologies: Introducing UCL KL
We are looking for teachers and students from England, Germany, Greece, Spain and Sweden to contribute to the requirements and design phases of our project.