User profiling for individualised learning
A case study in cultural heritage environments
EDEN NAP webinar
16 October, 15:30 CEST
The webinar will deal with the topic of user modelling within museum environments. The theme of data gathering and data analysis will be discussed. The “Tito Rossini web app use case” and the Personas identified by this first experiment will be also presented.
You will meet
Carlo De Medio
Carlo De Medio works as a researcher at the Department of Education at the University of Roma Tre and carries out research in the field of modern technologies applied to the enhancement of cultural heritage for the development of the transversal skills and social inclusion. From November 2018 he collaborates with the Centro di Didattica Museale-DSF of the University of Roma Tre where he currently manages the online platform for the Master courses. He currently participates in the European projects Digiculture and OpenVM and in the departmental project Inclusive Memory.
In the past, he has been the administrator for the University of Rome Tre Centro Linguistico di Ateneo platform for the online English tests for the university students.
In 2015 he worked for the Allianz insurance company, planning functionalities for the employee training platform.
In 2014 he graduated in Computer Engineering at the Engineering Department of Roma Tre. In 2018 he completed the PhD course in Computer Engineering mainly dealing with neural networks and machine learning techniques.
The webinar will be followed by an #EDENChat on the same topic on 16 October 2019, at 18:00 CEST and will also be hosted by Carlo De Medio @MedioCarlo. Please join us using the hashtag #EDENChat!
#EDENChat is an online discussion event on Twitter initiated by Steering Committee of the EDEN Network of Academics and Professionals (NAP). It is mediated by members of the NAP community and runs for approximately 1 hour. Anyone can join in and contribute to the discussion which is presented in a Question and Answer format and focuses on current issues in distance, open and e-learning. All sessions start at 18:00 CEST.
Previous #EDENChats are listed on the EDEN website according to topics.