SELF-REGULATED LEARNING IN SMARTART
The "Self-Regulated Learning in SmartArt (SmartArt)" project is an innovative project in learning art history in virtual environments. This project has been selected in the Erasmus+ KA204 Programme Call in the field of 'Strategic partnerships'. Its goal is to spread the learning of art history into adults by enhancing the digitization of learning.
The project "Self Regulated Learning in SmartArt (SmartArt)" is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. The content of this website is the sole responsibility of the University of Burgos and neither the European Commission nor the Spanish Service for the Internationalisation of Education (SEPIE) is responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.
11 Jul 2022
SmartArt has developed six intellectual products
The members of the strategic partnership of the Erasmus+ SmartArt Project celebrated the final meeting of the project that has developed six intellectual products in collaboration with UNIOVI and showed their satisfaction for the high level of performance, the success of dissemination and the multiplier events of the European project, which was born with the aim of enhancing the teaching of Art History in virtual learning environments and fostering the dissemination of heritage.
Self-Regulated Learning in SmartArt (SmartArt) is an interdisciplinary and innovative project coordinated by the University of Burgos and focused on the generation of new ways of teaching Art History through the use of new technologies. The project focused on the design of an intelligent virtual learning classroom aimed especially at adults and the development of a virtual environment. With self-regulated and personalised learning tools. These tools include different hypermedia resources (avatars, automatic feedback, records of learning patterns, etc.).
2 Jun 2022
More than 60 professionals participated in the SMARTART Multiplier Event
More than seventy professionals from different fields of knowledge participated in the SmartArt Project's Multiplier Event, including psychologists in professional practice, secondary education teachers of different specialities from Burgos, Soria, Valladolid and Salamanca, the head of the Cultural Department of Burgos City Council, the Director of the Moll Institute in Madrid, a member of the Official College of Psychologists of Burgos, HUBU doctors, consultants, Caritas professionals and professionals from the Salamanca Provincial Council.
The event was held in two sessions, online and in person, with the collaboration of the CFIE of the Provincial Directorate of Education of Burgos and the Official College of Psychologists of Castilla y León, The inaugural conference was given by PhD. Francisco José García Peñalvo, Delegate of the Rector for Digital Teaching at the Universidad de Salamanca, Professor in the Department of Computer Science, Director of the Research Group Recognised by the USAL (and Group of Excellence of Castilla y León) GRIAL (Research Group in InterAction and eLearning) and Director of the Consolidated Research Unit of the Junta de Castilla y León (UIC 81).