INTUITEL Consortium – EU project
The Instructional Technology Department participates in the INTUITEL
project (2012-2015) funded by the European Commission ICT FP7 Programme. The theme of the project is Technology Enhanced Learning. The objective of INTUITEL
is to enhance e-learning content and Learning Management Systems (LMS) with features that so far have been provided only by human tutors. An INTUITEL-enabled system will provide an integrated learning environment that can reconfigure and adapt itself to the needs of any learner. The INTUITEL Consortium consists of 12 experienced and complementary partners
from 7 countries: Germany, Austria, Spain, UK, Italy, Netherland and Israel.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 318496.
Consortium meeting 8-9 April in Israel:
Bi National Cooperation – GIF project
The Instructional Technology Department conducts a bi-national research project (2012 -2015) on: "Promoting Learning in Online Peer Assessment Settings by Scripting Negotiation and Supporting Knowledge Awareness". The project is led by Prof. Miky Ronen, Department of Instructional Technology, Holon Institute of Technology, Israel and Prof. Nikol Rummel, Department of Educational Psychology, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany.
This project has received funding from the for German-Israeli Foundation
for Scientific Research and Development under grant agreement no G-1090-117.3/2010
The Gif Project Team, Project Meeting Feb 2012, Israel
The Gif Project Team, Project Meeting March 2013, Germany
According to a Memorandum of Understanding signed between HIT and Linnaeus University (LNU, Sweden), the most outstanding graduates of the HIT Instructional Technologies program are offered with the possibility to join a new International Masters program on Social Media and Web Technologies
at the Department of Computer Science & IT at LNU.
The studies in this program are conducted via distance learning, supported by synchronous and asynchronous technologies. Ten HIT excelling graduates participate in the LNU Masters Program that started in 2011.
Prof. Milrad (Director of CeLeKT, LNU), Prof. Ronen (Head of the Department at HIT) and the Israeli students (HIT graduates), during the visit in Sweden: