L’osservatorio indipendente Class Central ha decretato CodeMOOC miglior corso online del 2016!
NeuNet collabora con l’università di Urbino per l’erogazione del MOOC che aiuta gli insegnanti ad introdurre il pensiero computazionale in classe! Il MOOC, erogato sulla piattaforma europea EMMA, prende spunto dall’inziativa dello scorso anno condotta da NeuNet e da UniUrb con il contributo di Google tramite il programma CS4HS.
The crowdsensing system to monitor the quality of read surface has been officially launched on February 21, on the occasion of open data day 2015. SmartRoadSense is the result of a research project conducted since 2012 by NeuNet with the University of Urbino. The City of Pesaro has accepted to play the role of beta-tester by using the application for more than one month to map more than 70% of its reads before officially adopting it on February 21.
Anybody can install and run the application to contribute to map the quality of the roads he/she travels by car. Data will become more and more accurate as the number of users increases. To date, SmartRoadSense has covered its first 1,500 km.
At the moment the application has been released only for Android and the system has been activated only in Italy, but the international cross-platform version is to be released in June.
The press release issued today by the Italian Minister of Education together with an official communication to Italian Schools starts by assessing the key importance of coding as a transversal field of study.
Taking advantage of the double meaning of the Italian verb “programmare” (to program), which means both “to plan” and “to code”, the Italian Government has announced an initiative called “Programma il futuro” (Plan/code your future) aimed at making available to Italian schools the methods and the teaching materials of Code.org.
The initiative wil be launched during CodeWeekEU, 11-17 October, 2014.