E-Studium has been a long-running project of blended e-learning for higher education based on the learning management system Moodle, implemented at University of Perugia, Italy from 2005 to 2015. The capstone culminated in a refined final product, at the basis of the actual academic platform Unistudium. In its ten-years activity, e-Studium has been a learning pathway experience for a variety of applications, included STEM courses, from high school education to high-specialisation academic courses, teacher’s qualification, and third mission for technology transfer, with a particular focus on usability and teacher’s self-evaluation. The analysis of both objective and subjective evaluations, collected over ten years from activity logs, web analytics, global rankings, and ad hoc questionnaires, together with teachers and students’ outcomes, shows how e-Studium contributed to reshaping the educational offer of large-scale learning in University of Perugia and Italy. This paper aims at showing the evolution and the outcomes of e-Studium, under the vision of the contemporary natural evolution of the technological learning economy, assessing and sharing educational experiences based on the evolution of innovative technologies for lifelong e-learning. A particular focus will be given on how such contribution can enhance the actual extraordinary situation, which sees a worldwide unexpected and abrupt need for remote communication due to the COVID-19 emergency.

Reshaping Higher Education with e-Studium, a 10-Years Capstone in Academic Computing

Franzoni V.
Supervision
;
Pallottelli S.
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
Milani A.
Project Administration
2020

Abstract

E-Studium has been a long-running project of blended e-learning for higher education based on the learning management system Moodle, implemented at University of Perugia, Italy from 2005 to 2015. The capstone culminated in a refined final product, at the basis of the actual academic platform Unistudium. In its ten-years activity, e-Studium has been a learning pathway experience for a variety of applications, included STEM courses, from high school education to high-specialisation academic courses, teacher’s qualification, and third mission for technology transfer, with a particular focus on usability and teacher’s self-evaluation. The analysis of both objective and subjective evaluations, collected over ten years from activity logs, web analytics, global rankings, and ad hoc questionnaires, together with teachers and students’ outcomes, shows how e-Studium contributed to reshaping the educational offer of large-scale learning in University of Perugia and Italy. This paper aims at showing the evolution and the outcomes of e-Studium, under the vision of the contemporary natural evolution of the technological learning economy, assessing and sharing educational experiences based on the evolution of innovative technologies for lifelong e-learning. A particular focus will be given on how such contribution can enhance the actual extraordinary situation, which sees a worldwide unexpected and abrupt need for remote communication due to the COVID-19 emergency.
2020
978-3-030-58801-4
978-3-030-58802-1
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