This group is dedicated to the exploitation of IoT (Internet of Things) technology and enviromental measurements from school buildings in Greece, Italy and Sweden. The project is designed and implemented in the context of everyday life of students and school staff including several educational activities.
IoT and UMI Technologies are completely a new concept, in the areas of science, industry, engineering, policy etc. It has attracted the main interest of research and development activities, as well as is a famous subject, of both press and social media. The importance of IoT and UMI Technologies, is the promising transformation of aspects, for everyday living activities and services.
This group is dedicated to describing the broader pilot activities which the researchers at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) carried out with 5 pilot schools. (This group will remain private until it is populated with content)
This group is dedicated to describing the local piloting activities conducted by Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) in Ireland. As part of the local piloting activities, CIT implemented three UMI Scenarios - (1) Enterprise Creation using UMI technologies, (2) UMI Investigator/Creator Course and (3) Workplace Learning. The local piloting activities were implemented in two separate all-girl secondary schools in Cork.
Have you organized STEM events for bringing together your community and want to share your experience? Are you organizing an event and want to get help and feedback from others? could you consider to do it in the future? Join the discussion and share your thoughts. The objective is to bring together different experiences and define some guidelines that can help teachers, students, parents, industry, ... to promote STEM education with community events.
This group is dedicated to the development of IoT (Internet of Things) scenarios and projects that can be designed and implemented in the context of everyday life of students, including but not restricted to educational in-class activities.
Two Educational Scenarios, briefly described below, have been designed by CTI Researh team: