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Exploiting Ubiquitous Computing, Mobile Computing and the Internet of Things to promote Science Education

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students joined the Norwegian team in the role of consultants!

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Exploiting Ubiquitous Computing, Mobile Computing and the Internet of Things to promote Science Education

UMI-Sci-Ed aims at enhancing the attractiveness of science education and careers for young people via the use of latest technologies. We put Ubiquitous and Mobile Computing and the Internet of Things (UMI) into practice towards enhancing the level of STEM education. At the same time, we are increasing the attractiveness of pursuing a career in domains pervaded by UMI for these youths…

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UMI-Sci-Ed Conference, 22nd May 2019, Brussels

Exploiting Ubiquitous computing, Mobile computing and the Internet of Things to promote Science Education   The UMI-Sci-Ed project consortium invites you to the UMI-Sci-Ed conference on May 22nd, 2019, in Brussels. The UMI-Sci-Ed project enhances the attractiveness and inclusiveness of science education and careers for young people through the use of Ubiquitous and Mobile Computing and the Internet […]

Save the date! 22 May for the UMI-Sci-Ed Conference

Save the date: 22nd May 2019, 10h00-18h00 Location: L42, Rue de La Loi 42, Brussels, Belgium. (Metro: Arts-Loi) The event will bring together project partners, selected policy and technology industry stakeholders, and ALL DIGITAL members. It will explore how the UMI-Sci-Ed project can be exploited, and how it is relevant to industry employers, and policy […]

UMI is working with its target group: students joined the Norwegian team in the role of consultants!

UMI is working with its target group: students joined the Norwegian team in the role of consultants!

In early November 2018 a very special group of junior consultants joined the UMI-Sci-Ed team at NTNU. Are young students aware of the career possibilities that UMI offers? What do they know about the role of UMI in society? How can we help young students to get a better understanding of UMI careers? What are […]

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The Platform

The UMI-Sci-Ed open-source platform supports all online and offline project activities. You can find projects and results developed by students involved in UMI-Sci-Ed. You can also access research results on education approaches and methodologies developed by the participating partners exclusively for the project. Our platform provides:

  • Communities of practice (CoPs) for UMI youths that aim at promoting STEM via UMI
  • Educational materials about STEM disciplines particularly focusing on UMI technologies
  • Entrepreneurship trainings delivered through and supported by UMI
  • Self-evaluation tests aimed at helping youths evaluate their prospects in UMI careers
  • Peer learning opportunities and mentoring services
  • Data storage services for IoT networks developed within the project and post-processing capabilities of this data

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Partners

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Cork Institute of Technology
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University of Helsinki
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
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All-Digital
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