The team “Provolosi” composed of Sergio Facchini, Lorenzo Framba, Sebastiano Castellan and Simone Degiacomi is now among the 12 finalists of the world competition DigiEduHack2020 with the project Squiddy - Real time collaboration platform for lab teachers.
The squad has passed the local hackathon that took place last 12 and 13 November 2020 by competing in one of the several challenges proposed by DigiEduhack, an international initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) as part of the action plan for digital education.
The local hub, organized by the Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science and the Department of Psychology and Cognitive Science, in collaboration with HIT and SpazioDati, has included more than 40 students from 6 different departments of the University of Trento, organized into 8 teams. The participants got involved in the design of the future of education by addressing the topic "Innovative learning beyond covid: collaborative tools in scientific labs and team experiences".
DigiEduHack is an #EIT initiative under the EC’s Digital Education action plan, led by EIT #Climate-KIC and coordinated by Aalto University global; it creates a virtual home for a global community dedicated to redefining the future of learning and enhancing digital skills and competencies for digital transformation.