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Stice

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Course learning space

A learning space where we simplify usability and encourage collabaration between students and teachers.

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Team
Stice
Team members
Indy Meermans, Bruno De Coene, Jérôme Laroy, Olivier Decock
Contact details
dries.vanacker@arteveldehs.be

Hack your lecturers' course materials.

Learning platforms often fail to strike a balance between free input by students and experts from related professional fields on the one hand and sufficient control and feedback facilities for the educator on the other hand. Join this challenge and help us design an enriching co-creation platform.

Read more about Hack your lecturers' course materials.

Solution description

We have developed a minified user interface which will be launched at the start of a lesson.

This happens automatically when a student connects to the AP linked to the current classroom.

This workflow should result in a faster boot up of the class.

Solution context

At the start of each class it often is a struggle to get everyone up and running.

With our learning space all the material for the current lesson will be presented to the student in our user interface.

This way a student should only follow the steps in our learning space.

Solution target group

Students, teachers

Solution impact

A better user experience. 

Solution tweet text

An usefull and easy way to gather the information and course of the current lecture.

Solution innovativeness

The way that it automatically connects to the course of the lecture is an unique experience that you won't see in other systems. 

Solution transferability

Our learning space can be implemented with each platform as long as there is an API available.

The API data will then properly be integrated in our user interface.

Solution sustainability

Creating an other platform, with connecting this platform with the platform "canvas". So we will be able to deliver an way for users to create an unique experience.

Solution team work

Dreamteam. We had lots of fun working together.

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