DynaLearn presented at the eMadrid network

The DynaLearn project was invited to present some of its results on January 20th, 2012, in the context of the eMadrid network on e-learning and education. Oscar Corcho, who represented DynaLearn in this seminar, explained how semantic technologies were being used in the context of DynaLearn for the grounding of terms in qualitative reasoning models, and for the generation of feedback based on the models created by other students or teachers. The event had a participation of around 50 persons, and contained presentations from GNOSS, a Spanish company specialized in the development of social networks around educational resources, and OpenCourseWare UPM, which is currently transforming many of the existing OCW courses’ metadata into Linked Data.


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