Lista de projetos desenvolvidos por membros da linha de investigação "Business, Social and Learning Analytics"


  • StoSS - Sectorization to Simplify and Solve

    Name of the Project: StoSS - Sectorization to Simplify and Solve Project Number: 31671 Project Coordinator: INESC-TEC Type of Project: Compete 2020 - PO CI | SAICT - Sistema de Apoio à Investigação Cientifica e Tecnológica | IC&DT - Investigação Científica e Desenvolvimento Tecnológico Project Lifetime: 2018 until 2020  

    Partners Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal)  ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (Portugal) 

    Aims and Objectives (EN) The project’s main objective is the broad study of Sectorisation Problems (PS) and the development of a decision support system that can facilitate the decision making process concerning sectorisation. Particular focus will be given to its application to transportation problems of an environmental nature, namely concerning the collection of municipal waste (RSU). However, due to the intended scope of the project, other applications will be approached.

    (PT) O Projeto StoSS tem como principal objetivo o estudo alargado de Problemas de Setorização (PS) e o desenvolvimento de um sistema de apoio à decisão que permite apoiar tomadas de decisão relacionadas com setorização. Será dada particular ênfase à aplicação em problemas de transporte de cariz ambiental, nomeadamente, recolha de resíduos sólidos urbanos (RSU). No entanto, pela abrangência que se pretende com este projeto, outras aplicações serão abordadas.

    Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved: Prof. Ana Maria Rodrigues Prof. Cristina Lopes Prof. Cristina Teles de Oliveira

  • EngiMath – Mathematics on-line learning model in engineering education

    Name of the Project: EngiMath – Mathematics on-line learning model in engineering education Project Number: 2018-1-EE01-KA203-047098 Project Coordinator: Tallinna Tehnikakorgkool (Estonia)  Type of Project: Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices Project Lifetime: 1st of November 2018 until 30th of September 2021 (35 months) 

    Partners:  Letterkenny Institute of Technology (Ireland)  Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal)  Universidad del Pais Vasco/ Eeskal Herriko Unibertsitatea (Spain)  Universitatea Tehnica Cluj-Napoca (Romania)  Politechnika Koszalinska (Poland)

    Aims and Objectives:  The main objective of the project is to explore and develop a shared understanding of the issues surrounding engineering mathematics in the early stages of tertiary study and raise awareness of the issues pertaining, whether they are cultural, professional, etc. The participating countries will develop a shared platform for students and academics in the field of engineering mathematics.

    Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved:  Prof. Ana Paula Lopes  Prof. Filomena Soares

  • MatActiva

    MatActiva is a project that supports ISCAP’s students, which emerged in 2007 and uses Moodle's interactivity to help students improve their performance and success in the Curricular Units of the Mathematics scientific area.

    Through the creation of a learning environment, aligned with the real needs of the students, where each one can learn at their own pace, raising their motivational level and commitment to build knowledge, there are provided innovative resources and carefully prepared materials. It can be accessed through the link free of charge, at any time and in any place.

    Within the scope of the development and evaluation of the project, Learning Analytics tools have been used to collect, measure and proceed to the analysis and generation of data reports on students and their learning contexts, to better understand and optimize learning and the environments in which it takes place, in a cyclical process of continuous improvement and adaptation to different audiences, thus allowing a diversification of the resources supplied

    Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved:   Prof. Ana Paula Lopes  Prof. Cristina Torres Prof. José Manuel Azevedo  Prof. Lurdes Babo

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