The Office of Learning Technologies at the Open University of Catalonia, Spain has published its 2010 Projects Report, which gives an overview of the 30 most important and innovative projects in which it has worked during 2010.
The projects are classified according to whether they are related to educational content (eContent), environment learning (eLearning Spaces), emotional impact of technology (emotion), sense of community (i-Community) or educational technologies.
The aim is to highlight the benefits and current works on technology-enhanced learning and also to help identify potential people and partners with whom the university could collaborate in the future.
In its latest 2010 Projects Report, the OLT outlines a list of thirty projects, classified according to whether they are related to educational content (eContent), learning spaces (eLearning Spaces), affective computing (Emotions), sense of community (i-Community) or educational technologies. All projects are executed with UOC faculty, as well as in collaboration with other universities and companies from the technological field (i.e., Universidad Carlos III, Serious Games Institute, UC Berkeley and MIT).
For more information about the report, read this notice Office of Learning Technologies at Open University of Catalonia (Spain) Projects Report.